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Register domain without whois '?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kebabman3000, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. kebabman3000

    kebabman3000 Newbie

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    hi,

    i would like ro register a domain without whois entry.

    How can i do this?
     
  2. intercalation

    intercalation Newbie

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    Get WHOIS protection from your registrar.
     
  3. Aty

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    Better get it at namecheap,its free when you buy a domain,
     
  5. Kaistar

    Kaistar Power Member

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    It's also free at InternetBS.
     
  6. junter

    junter Registered Member

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    Just a warning, I don't think Namecheap offers free Whoisguard renewals though, I could be wrong.
     
  7. Clifton Allen Says

    Clifton Allen Says Junior Member

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    You are correct, Namecheap whois is free for the first year only, the cost afterwards is about $2 though, still much cheaper than GoDaddy
     
  8. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    I would just use www.internet.bs they are the cheapest around and it comes with free private whois.
     
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  9. AutoSeoPro

    AutoSeoPro Regular Member

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    I use InternetBS
     
  10. lucasbraydon

    lucasbraydon Supreme Member

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    I highlighted the keyword for you all just in case you didn't see it :D
     
  11. divok

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    make a fake identity for whois . IF you don't want to use your real name . OR buy a whois gaurd .
    also make sure the tld of the domain you registered allows whois gaurd . Several cc tld's don't allow this . I learned it the hard way .
     
  12. Kaistar

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    Yep, we all know this isn't possible so gave the only real answer that is possible... ;-)
     
  13. Loadzz

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    I use: namecheap :)
     
  14. Mr.Whitehat

    Mr.Whitehat Senior Member

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    u cant register a domain without whois :D u can only mask the actual registrar by buying private whois. Well some anonymous providers like katz global provides anonymous they say but there'd be a whois maybe fake imo
     
  15. TJnoodles

    TJnoodles Registered Member

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    If you use direct nic you can create different registrar profiles and assign them as needed.
     
  16. jackl

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    Yeah well they recently changed ownership from bahamas to UK since they got bought by a company and now you have to pay VAT if you live in europe.

    Not that but they might become a bit more open to give terminate your account in the event of a dmca notice.
     
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