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PBN domain co.uk private whois?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, Nov 5, 2015.

  1. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    I have some co.uk domains for my PBN but due to limitation by the domain companies, i can't able to buy or get free private whois for some extension, is it good to use fake information in whois from fakenamegenerator... please help

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    Kindly also let me know, whether i choose whois by Nominet yes or No. I am worrying that, they don't ask me about any document verification..
     
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  2. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    Someone please reply?
     
  3. pathart

    pathart Senior Member

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    I believe if you are not using the domain for business purposes you can hide your whois data. So Id tick yes for a blog.
     
  4. tomarm

    tomarm Registered Member

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    You can either check yes or use fake information. Because its just a PBN if you do not break any copyright information then the information that you enter wont matter. Just make sure that you use a real email address, and keep a record of the information you entered.
     
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  5. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    ^^ Agree with the above. If you can get the information accepted them I dont think you will have a problem - as long as you have access to the admin emails etc.
    Worst case the domain gets reported for something, they check the whois info and you end up losing the domain, but thats worst case.