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How to hide domain owner's personal information?

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Legmo, Jan 21, 2021.

  1. Legmo

    Legmo New Member

    Does anyone know registrars charge a fee to hide domain owner's personal information? Because I have domains at two registrars. I just checked. This feature is paid. But why?
  2. Legmo

    Legmo New Member

    It's inexpensive, but I'm wondering why this is a paid feature. After all, it used to be free.
  3. Gramneuk

    Gramneuk New Member

    What domains are we talking about? Sometimes it is paid, but certainly not for all domain zones. For example, for all TLDs domains I use it's free. I take this opportunity at the https://pananames.com/ registrar. If your registrar charges a fee for this, maybe you need to transfer domains to another registrar?
    Last edited: Feb 7, 2021
  4. Legmo

    Legmo New Member

    I am using .net domains. Yes, I'm looking for another registrar.
  5. Raj120p1

    Raj120p1 New Member

    Yes, I'm looking for another registrar.
  6. Gramneuk

    Gramneuk New Member

    I gave you my advice. It is a reliable and proven registrar. Everything is clear there and he doesn't hide anything from clients.
  7. hazalmadison

    hazalmadison New Member

    You can visit webhostech website
  8. hazalmadison

    hazalmadison New Member

    ID Shield service will be ceased automatically Domain ownership when your purchased At Web Hostech
  9. Naheed Mir

    Naheed Mir Member

    Yes, you can hide domain ownership information. Use the "private registration"
    services to hide your information and then check on WHOIS. If your registration
    is now private, it means your information is hidden now.
  10. WarrenShort

    WarrenShort New Member

    Thx for your answers! Same question was! :c
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2021
  11. Hater

    Hater New Member

    Hey! The domain name should be easy to pronounce, understandable, short, brand or company specific. Therefore, I used the domain registrar https://www.nominus.com/en/dm/domain-search, with which I did everything very quickly.

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