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Why is Domain Privacy Protect Worth Your Money

Every-time a domain is registered, you enter your contact information including address & telephone number. This information then becomes public and can be visible to anyone simply performing a WHOIS check. Spammers and telemarketers then have a field day with this valuable information and you are left with unwanted and unsolicited calls and emails. Moreover, this information is mandatory so not adding it is not really an option.

Why Make this information public you ask?

Without getting too technical, ICANN, the governing body of domain names stipulates that every registrar (folks like us) has to collect this information and make it public via WHOIS records. Such is the law of the internet and anyone wanting to purchase a domain name is faced with this reality

What is the risk, you ask?

Well starting from the not so harmful spam calls and emails, you can be a victim of anything between domain theft, identity theft to several other kinds of frauds that you can think of. This is your personal information we’re talking about, data mining companies are willing to pay a pretty penny for this.

What’s the solution you ask?

It’s simple, our Privacy Protect is an amazing service that will mask all your private data with generic place-holder information added by us. This means, no more spam calls or emails, your identity and domain are secured, you will only receive calls or emails from folks you’ve shared your details with. So all becomes well in your world again ?. Here’s how a domain looks like at WHOIS when Privacy Protect is enabled;

This nifty little service is a lifesaver for businesses and individuals alike. Truth be told it’s not that expensive either. For a small sum of ₹ 299.00 you protect yourself and your precious domain from a ton of trouble. We’re not trying to scare you into making this purchase but these are the facts. Our suggestion is, a little bit of money that can save you a huge bit of hassle is an investment and not an expense.

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