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    1. #1
      Join Date
      Oct 2012

      Post Why you need Whois ID Protect

      Benefit 1 : Shields your Private Information
      Whois ID Protect ensures the confidentiality of your private contact information. It will not be exposed to the public and is protected by the Domain Privacy Protection Service. Your contact information will not be displayed but will be replaced with the Domain Privacy Protection Service’s contact information instead in order to provide you with the highest level of protection against identity theft and spammers.

      Benefit 2 : Stop spam & junk emails
      Inbox over flooded with unwanted solicitations? It probably means that you have not gotten yourself shielded yet! Don't let spammers and telemarketers invade your privacy. With Whois ID Protect, the visible email address to public is constantly changing, so while it is being harvested and redistributed, it will change and the previous address will no longer work for spammers.

      Benefit 3 : Complete control
      You may have taken your personal information out of the public WHOIS database but remember, you are always in full control of your domain name. You can sell, renew, transfer and change settings to your domain name just the same as before. Your domain control panel provides you real-time access to easily manage your domain name.

    2. #2
      Join Date
      Apr 2013

      Default Re: Why you need Whois ID Protect

      Some domain owners do not want their personal details to be revealed to the public.In that case they have an option to hide their whois details by availing the private registration (whois privacy).So, when the public does a whois search using they will not be able to see the real domain owner details.In this way the domain owner is releaved from unwanted junk mails and phone calls.



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