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[WTB] Offshore mail fowarding service for domain info

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by A-Intelligence, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. A-Intelligence

    A-Intelligence Registered Member

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    I don't particularly want to deal with a U.S. post service mailbox, like up at a mail store, or Fedex store, or even an online-mail forwarding service located in Vegas (for example), they want 2 forms of I.D. & well honestly, that's more than a cop wants when I get pulled over for smoking a joint. It's bullshit.

    Now Godaddy has changed its pricing so that it costs about $21 to renew ONE domain, with privacy now, ridiculous. So I just assume get a freaking p.o. box & save myself the $9 privacy (over 150 domains), which is $1350 a year.

    So if you can suggest a good mail forwarding service, that doesn't ask you to get your damn drivers license notarized by the clerk of the court.

    I would be indebted to ya!

    Any other suggestions on getting legit domain registration info to keep on my very expensive domain portfolio? Besides putting my actual home address? Any other info would be appreciated too.

    Also, since godaddy obviously sucks & isn't very nice to the B.H. community, can someone suggest a better/cheaper domain registrar to transfer my domains to, once i get my new address put up? Possibly even one with zero-cost privacy?
     
  2. jperk1985

    jperk1985 Newbie

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    For tax purposes people say Luxenberg is the best place to have a virtual office.
     
  3. A-Intelligence

    A-Intelligence Registered Member

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    Just looking for something cheap to put up for domain info purposes, not anything related to taxs! Thanks though buddy!