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Hello, I found IE. tld domain with pr5 and tf of25+

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kokander101, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. Kokander101

    Kokander101 Junior Member

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    Hi!
    This is a IE. domain..

    How can I register it, I've paid for it allready
    It appears I need to be a Irish resident and they need an ID + signature...
    This is what I've got from the registration team:


    Thank you for your confirmation. The IE Domain Registry will require a signed letter to continue with the domain application. Please provide a letter explaining what the claim is on the domain name, explain how the domain name will be used and what content will be on the website. The letter must have a real signature. It must be signed by the admin contact and also include these details for the Admin Contact (the individual signing the document):

    1) Email Address
    2) Phone Number
    3) Address

    As this is a discretionary domain name, the IE Domain Registry will also require photographic ID (passport or driving license) for the Admin Contact.

    Please prepare the documentation, sign it, and then scan/photograph it. Then login to the Spiral Hosting Client Area and submit the information via 'Support' under this ticket. You can add your attachments in any of the accepted document types. Once we receive the documentation your .ie domain should be processed by the IE Domain Registry within 1 working day.

    Please let us know if you have any questions.

    Best Regards

    IE Domains Team

    Any chance in registering it any way?

    Thanks!




     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2015
  2. faithjhung

    faithjhung Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Why not provide the documents and give it a shot? I don't think they're asking for an Irish passport.
    If you have any passport, then why not?
     
  3. Kokander101

    Kokander101 Junior Member

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    OK! Thanks.. I'll try my luck!
     
  4. aleks1723

    aleks1723 Junior Member

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    Yep. Try your own passport... If not, ask for money back :)