** Please see
When you register a domain name, your
personal contact information such as name, address, email
address, and even phone number are made freely available to
anyone who wants to see it? Your personal
information is exposed 24 hours a day, everyday, to anyone,
ICANN, the international
governing body for domain names, requires every Domain
Registrar to maintain a publicly accessible "WHOIS" database
displaying all contact information for all domain names
registered. Failure to provide complete or accurate
information could result in the deletion of your domain name
from the Domain Registry.
To counter this intrusive activity a whois privacy service
can be used to protect your personal information
from the public.
Here's how the Whois Privacy service works:
- Protect your private information
Whois Privacy insures that your private contact
information is not exposed and remains anonymous. It is held in
confidence and protected by our Whois Privacy
Service. Our contact information is displayed to provide
you with the highest level of protection against
spammers and identity theft.