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register .com.cn or .cn domains

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by partymarty4870, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I want/need one of these pretty badly. From my research it seems that they're restricted on all the quality looking registrars. I have found some dodgier looking registrars who will register them, but they seem to go against everything I read on the more genuine sites.

    Has anyone (not in china) successfully registered a .com.cn or .cn domain? And who with?

    Or is there a friendly chinease blackhatter out there who'd maybe want to do this for me? - for a fee of course.
     
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    enom say this

    "Domain name applicants need to submit the formal paper based application material when making the online application to the registrar. The application material includes the original application form with Chinese branch or Hong Kong branch business seal, company business license (photocopy), and registrant ID (photocopy). Individuals are not allowed to register. China Branch/Hong Kong Branch: means international companies, enterprises, and organizations establish within mainland China (PRC)or Hong Kong, a wholly owned or share controlling entity: including a branch, a subsidiary or a representative office which is having the same ?name? as the parent entity. The local entity must register with the relevant Chinese authorities. For example: IBM should use ?IBM China? or "IBM Hong Kong" to register IBM.cn Chinese employee: the person submitting the application on behalf of the registrant (the entity), must be a Chinese/Hong Kong citizen and has a valid PRC personal ID. Any IDN.CN domain name registered today will continue to be bundled with its IDN.IDN equivalent. "

    and the other one says absolutely everything is uanavailable when you try to register it. And I cannot beleive that www.dfwegkjvsuivgferk.cn and www.ghhjkpijuf.cn are registered and functioning doamins.

    So thanks anyway, but those two are definately no go.
     
  4. freelapse

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    I registered a .cn domain through iDotz.net many years ago and there were no requirements. It doesn't look like they offer then anymore.

    edit: Enom's no requirements are for resellers, not clients. Looking for you.

    edit 2: http://www.onlydomains.com/CN-Domains
     
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  5. jjj23

    jjj23 Registered Member

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    if someone is still looking for cheap .cn domains I am happy with http://nicenic.net
    No problems and perfect CS