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register domain with fake details

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by gothic love, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. #1
    hello!
    SEMrush
    i would like to register for a domain on go daddy, but i dont want to provide my true details because it will be public and also i dont want to pay them for hidding my details in whois.

    so my question is if i enter fake details and than pay with paypal is it ok?


    thanks !
     
    gothic love, Apr 1, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. proson

    proson Well-Known Member

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    Well you can try this http://www.2-hosts.com/ with free privacy, email forwarding dns hosting etc.. I can ask my friend to give you a free web traffic e-book
    though if you like.
     
    proson, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  3. SiberForum

    SiberForum Banned

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    You can use whois protection tools, but you can't use fake information instead
     
    SiberForum, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  4. chandan123

    chandan123 Prominent Member

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    name.com internet.bs namecheap.com provides whois protection so better use such services because godady suspends and charge some ( 70$ i think ) money for fals whois
     
    chandan123, Apr 1, 2010 IP
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    psharma Prominent Member

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    #5
    Yes, this is exactly what I was going to suggest you. Use Name.com instead ( and probably with some coupon code ) it will give you domain at almost the same price but with a free whois private. And if you want to go with godaddy. I guess there is no problem with fake identity, unless someone want to contact you for some important deal. It is illegal however, but less chances of any harm.
     
    psharma, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  6. dlatua

    dlatua Well-Known Member

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    You can try www.OrderDN.com ;) free whois privacy for any domain (when the TLD allows it)
    Paypal is accepted too.
    Thank you
     
    dlatua, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  7. Tom Beard

    Tom Beard Guest

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    #7
    what the impact if we fill registrar with fake information?
     
    Tom Beard, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  8. sufia

    sufia Active Member

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    Try www.1isi.com Just Extra 1.00$ For whois privacy.They are ICANN Register also. Enom also Recommend But Price High for 1 Domain
     
    sufia, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  9. thewebhostingdir

    thewebhostingdir Well-Known Member

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    #9
    name.com offers free whois privacy protection service. Go for it. Also do not use fake information as per ICANN. They randomly verify some domains whois information often that is what I read somewhere.
     
    thewebhostingdir, Apr 1, 2010 IP
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    htmlindex Prominent Member

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    You can lose the domain. So my advice is don't be stupid by putting in fake Whois info.
     
    htmlindex, Apr 1, 2010 IP
  11. Dhaval1983

    Dhaval1983 Peon

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    But why you want to hide your details? I mean if you are escaping from scammers then don't do this. Always provide right information.
     
    Dhaval1983, Apr 2, 2010 IP
  12. michaelcera84

    michaelcera84 Peon

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    Ya that is ok as long as you don't want to earn out of adsense from that domain. coz google needs that your domain registration details to be matched with your address.
     
    michaelcera84, Apr 2, 2010 IP
  13. JimGee

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    #13
    Does not really make sense to do that.......if you want to do something illegal...why ask us?
     
    JimGee, Apr 2, 2010 IP
  14. harpies

    harpies Peon

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    #14
    There are people who need protection , it does not automatically make them criminals, if it did , there would be no such thing as a privacy option. For example people that have been abused by others in their lives, that now have all their details available on the web with address and phone number. Many of these people probably may not know how easy it is to search whois.

    I think an email and a company name should be enough for a contact detail , but as said, you may lose your domain if you change details. Its my opinion that they plaster everything on the web for all to see, so that we have to invest in protection if we need it. its all the same multinational intertwined. more money$££ is the game, fingers crossed the people that need protection do not own multiple sites, owwch, not right at all!
     
    harpies, Apr 19, 2010 IP
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    LostSaint Peon

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    #15
    you can go for fake details with no problems
     
    LostSaint, Apr 19, 2010 IP
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    harpies Peon

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    i think you'd have to give your real details to godaddy but maybe in the domain management panel aftter purchase leave the name field blank? but leave the same email you gave godaddy? so there is a contact. maybe ?
     
    harpies, Apr 19, 2010 IP
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    harpies Peon

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    then again, if that was possible it would be common knowledge? surly?
     
    harpies, Apr 19, 2010 IP
  18. JuniperJohn

    JuniperJohn Peon

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    #18
    If you buy a certain number of domains (I think it's 5) through GoDaddy then they give you free privacy for each one. So just register a few domains at once and you're sorted. If you don't have a few you want to register then .infos are less than a dollar.
     
    JuniperJohn, Apr 19, 2010 IP
  19. harpies

    harpies Peon

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    thanks john is that every year or just the first year?

    i just found this link below, it is rather interesting , a person changed his whois data and then at a later date attempted a release to another registrar. godaddy refused as they said they did not know who he was. check it out

    forums.nodaddy.com/index.php?topic=867
     
    harpies, Apr 19, 2010 IP
  20. JuniperJohn

    JuniperJohn Peon

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    Just for the first year. But hopefully after a year the site is earning enough that $5 for continued privacy doesn't bother you :)
     
    JuniperJohn, Apr 19, 2010 IP