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PBN Domain Registration

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GoldenWarrior, Nov 12, 2016.

  1. GoldenWarrior

    GoldenWarrior Senior Member

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    Hello There,

    I found a domain which extension is: .org.sg

    So anyone know am i able to register this domain as i am not residence of Singapore. If answer is yes then from where am i able to buy?

    Thanks
     
  2. The Data Scientist

    The Data Scientist Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I can recommend you mediaon. It is a trust domain provider. So they register it with their info but you get full access.

    I would only use it for few domains since you would leave a footprint if many domains do have their whois info.
     
  3. DigitalCon

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    You have to be a resident of singapore to own that domain. Some registrars might allow you to register one without asking for identity documents beforehand but you should always be ready to lose the domain.
     
  4. Juneja

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    I'm not sure if you will be able to hold that for long if you are not from Singapore.
     
  5. Nargil

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    It is possible to register it, if you use fake details and so on, however, eventually, registrat may require that you prove your identity. And that can be a problem. Especially in Singapore, internet laws are pretty strict, so not sure if I would bother, unless you are a Singapore citizen.