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Domain Registration - Should i put in my REAL info ?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by N.R.P, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. N.R.P

    N.R.P Regular Member

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    Basic question really. Should i put in my real info when buying a domain?
    I want to keep my details private because the domain i want to register will be related to pirated stuff.

    What would be the best way / procedures to register a domain with 100 % anonymity ?

    Thnks :)
     
  2. syngenetic

    syngenetic Guest

    It doesn't really matter if its real or fake. But since you are having pirated stuff, I would not want to have real info. You can register the domain with fake Name/Address/Phone Number and they wouldn't know it. It's really simple.
     
  3. N.R.P

    N.R.P Regular Member

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    I've done it before, i got a random name and details with fake name generator, used a vcc to pay through paypal with a fake email , just was wondering if it would be enough or should i do anything else for extra security ( registering through proxy / tor ) or something..
     
  4. syngenetic

    syngenetic Guest

    Thats good enough. I don't even think you have to use a fake email to pay through paypal, but thats fine.

    It also depends which registrar you are using. Godaddy is strict compare to namecheap and etc.
     
  5. shithappens

    shithappens Registered Member

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    Definitely use an Enom reseller, they are less strict. And use fake or private whois info.
     
  6. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    None of my sites are registered in my name and all my paypal addresses are signed up with different name/addresses and verified, only way to track is IP Address
     
  7. octane

    octane Registered Member

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    Once again, this is illegal.

    It doesn't matter who the registrar is, be it enom, moniker, godaddy, etc, they all have to abide by ICANN's rules, and ICANN says that's illegal, so to say one registrar is "less strict" than another, is wrong.
     
  8. paper_chase

    paper_chase Regular Member

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    I would certainly endorse your views.....The rules are same for everyone..except that some follow them very strictly...
     
  9. deejne

    deejne BANNED BANNED

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    Just get domain privacy from whereever you register it at