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PBN domain problem

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by M A R K, Sep 10, 2016.

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  1. M A R K

    M A R K Newbie

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    I registered 3 domain name with FXdomains.com generating 3 different info for every domain name using fakenamegenerator but fxdomains catched this and blocked me and told they had a duty to protect me from online predators.

    They are asking me for my ID if I want to unlock that domain. Has anyone experienced this, does anyone know how to resolve this.
     
  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    You have to get fake documents or you're fucked pretty much.

    I just ran into a similar issue with 2 of my domains I forgot to email verify. :)
     
  3. SEOplusplus

    SEOplusplus Registered Member

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    this is a real problem
    you can contact them to transfer these domains, or may be say that those are your client names as you are just a domain reseller, and some thing like I don't know that I should register domains with my real name
    I have some similar case with Godaddy and I pay a fine of $70 then transfer our of Godaddy
    go with enom it is much better
     
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    It happened with godaddy too, in the end i lost the domain
     
  5. codeman1234

    codeman1234 Power Member

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    Hey bro,

    Seriously? I never used fxdomains to buy domains usually I go for big companies like godaddy, namecheap, name.com, namesilo, etc to avoid this kind of stupid issues but, in your case what I would do, is that I would talk to them and tell them that you are not online predator or nothing for the style just tell them that was your SEO agency that change whois information on domain and did it for SEO purposes and that they asked you for your login information and you did not know about what they were doing and explain them that you are very sorry about the issue ask them to unblock it so, you can add back your real information to domain, the moment they unblock them just transfer domain to a big company like namecheap or godaddy so you can change information from there safely.

    IMPORTANT>> Please remember that in any case you should send them ID to them just blame it on SEO Agency and that you did not know what they were doing because they can flag your name and give you problems in future domains you may buy.

    Hope it helps!