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Trying to register a domain anon

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by headspace, Jun 25, 2017.

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    I'm trying to buy a "offshore VPS" I'm also trying to register the domain name through them. Where I get lost is the domain registering part. I don't see an option for the web hosting sites to do that for me. Does anyone have any recommendations. Please only recommend ones you have used not just seen posted. I have looked around here. Don't worry about my server requirements as of now. As long as the VPS can expand its all good and I have money so thats not really a concern. Or is their another domain registry i use separate from the web hosting provider?
     
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    I'm setting my servers up now. This is a service I will be offering. This is done through a trust offshore to completely anonymize your contact info. We accept bitcoin as payment. Will have a disposable email service provided as well. However we recommend using a real email address with the hosting as if you don't pay your hosting bill, and we have no way to remind you well it'll just be shut off. Suggest a secure anonymous email service. We are also looking into offering this as well. I could handle the domain reg for you now. Be careful when choosing a "offshore hosting" provider as most of them are not using dmca free providers themselves. I found one using Godaddy, and this was a company offering bulletproof hosting. Lots of them are advertised here too. One of the largest providers of offshore dmca free hosting, I contacted their uplink provider to see about pricing and to verify dmca ignoring. They were very firm on they cooperate with all dmca requests. So don't think just b/c a server is offshore means they won't willingly comply. Do your homework. Took a week for us to decide on a server and lots of conversations with hosting company owners and we've figured out how to eliminate 99% of dmca complaints from further continuation. This is a project we've been fine tuning for over a year. After researching the companies who have formed since that time, 85-90% don't have a clue what they are offering and they are scamming the clients out of their money and can't possibly offer them the service they are selling as their uplink is going to remove their site once a dmca complaint comes in. I was lucky and found a couple veterans in the business explain it all to me and explain the proper legal way to say ---- you to dmca while still appearing to care that they exist. Moral of the story, I can't help you with your vps today but do your homework, even on the providers recommended here.

    Rule of thumb when taking suggestions for any hosting provider offshore or not. The person referring you and speaking them up, they are giving you an affiliate link and they are to profit. 9 out of 10 if not 10 out of 10 hosting review sites are nothing more than affiliate sites where the owner gets paid no matter which you choose and their top recomendation is more than likely A. The one who has converted more of their traffic or B. The highest paying affiliate option. Research that theory. Just look at the referred biz and go look at their affiliate program. I have one of these sites myself. My top recomendation is the one that pays me $140 for every signup. Never hosted a site with them in my life though. Some are referring based on legit experience. No link posted and onshore i'll say knownhost all day long b/c their managed service is out of this world. They've performed task that was well beyond server management for me. I'm so pleased with tehm their banner is on a few of my sites and i don't even have an affiliate link attached. They've saved me hundreds on a server admin. Not going to solve your isssue though they are on shore. Beings I'm not setup to help you, if you read this far I'll tell you the one provider that I don't think is bullshi..ing about ignoring dmca requests. I didn't go with them b/c they don't have servers in my desired location as my clients require a little more than dmca protection. They need certain things to be legal in whatever jurisdiciton their site is hosted in. inbox me if you'd like a recomendation. they offer fully managed offshore dmca ignored i think it was $30 for 2gb and i dn't remember the rest of the specs but it was a decent pkg. Also included cpanel which saves your $13-$20 depending where you get it. Overall youd get a managed vps with cpanel for th price of a unmanaged plus buying cpanel license.
     
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    Thanks brother. I read all ;-)
     
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    my bad i was still typing. just sent now
     
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    I postponed doing this for a year as i realized as i got into it i did not have a clue what all bases i needed to cover. so i built a onshore hosting platform first. NOt gonna advertise it . learned the process, and implemented some of the security features into it that i have on my offshore service. most of these providers you see now wasn't here a year ago.
     
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    I don't think these people know or care that soem of their clients are trusting them with their freedom. And they are just trying to make a quick $30. Have to take this type of hosting little more serious. I want to call out the company who is on godaddy so bad. lol