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Registering European and Oceanic Domains -- I Know It's Possible!!

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by SupremeBoner, Mar 26, 2015.

  1. SupremeBoner

    SupremeBoner Junior Member

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    Does anyone know how to register; in this case a .org.au domain name? Setting up an australian proxie is not enough. The registrar required an identification number as either a business number, tax number, company number, or trademark number to register a .org.au domain.

    Tried using faking numbers, of course that doesnt work.

    How can you get around this without actually being a Australian citizen/business?

    Is there a site that offers fake company/business id numbers? Im wondering if a registrar actually even checks the ID number or if it just requires the right amount of digits and structure to work -- like a phone number (because we all know fake numbers work).
     
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  2. M4XW3LL

    M4XW3LL Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You should find someone from Australia and hire them to buy the domain for you.

     
  3. SupremeBoner

    SupremeBoner Junior Member

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    Do you think the ID numbers entered are actually checked though? For legitimacy? They say the same in regards to any country specific TLD when it comes to address info -- though we all fake that and get away with it.
     
  4. mixing

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    Contact the registrars and ask if they offer a Trustee Service. This type of service is where they'll use their details in place for you so you can get the domain. 101Domain and Hexonet both do it, but you could also look at CrazyDomains