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Adding Business Registration to your domain name does not prevent you from also using our Private Registration services.
See Managing Your Business Registration Profile for information on changing your Business Registration settings.
Per our registrar agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the contact and registrant information listed for your domain name must be made public. Using false information is a violation and can lead to the termination of your domain name registration.
We understand most people do not want their personal contact information (name, address, email address, and phone number) made public in the Whois database. That’s why we have offered Private Registration services since 2002.
When you purchase Private Registration services, the Whois database lists a generic name, mailing address, and phone number instead of your personal contact information.
we also create a private unique email address for your domain name — you decide to have any arriving email forwarded, filtered for spam, or not forwarded at all.
Although the listed registrant of your domain name is generic on the Whois database, you retain FULL CONTROL over your domain name. You can:
Private Registration provides a variety of benefits! It helps you:
We do not allow you to use our private domain name services for spamming, violating the law, or engaging in morally objectionable activities. Violating these policies will result in service cancellation.
Yes, you can request an Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate for a privately-registered domain name. We need to verify that you control the domain you intend to secure, and EV certificates have strict verification guidelines.
To verify that you control the domain, you must respond to emails sent to the Registrant or Administrative contacts listed in a Whois search for the domain name. Because private registration services block personal email addresses from displaying, many registrars let users forward email received by the proxy address. After you set up email forwarding, contact us to resend the email.
Note: If you have private registration, see Set email forwarding for domains with privacy to set up email forwarding in your account.
If you cannot configure email forwarding, or you are unable to verify using this method, you must submit a Verified Legal Opinion or a CPA letter indicating your exclusive right to use the domain name on the Internet. See Request an SSL certificate for more information.
You might also need to perform a practical demonstration, such as modifying the domain’s zone file or creating a Web page with a designated code.
Business Registration works in conjunction with Private Registration (also known as privacy) to keep your personal information private while promoting your business.
Private Registration shields your personal contact information, which is separate from your Business Registration information. Business Registration contains only the information you want to make public, such as business hours, office phone numbers, and fax numbers.
If you want to have both types of registration, you must purchase them separately.
Our system hides your contact information during your domain name’s expiration period to protect you from harassment. Here’s how the private contact information displays in the Whois database:
|Registrant||Admin & Technical|
|c/o Wild West Domains
14455 N. Hayden Road, Suite 219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
|Wild West Domains Redemption Services [email protected]
14455 N. Hayden Road, Suite 219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Things you should know:
Note: At this time, we cannot make all expiring TLDs private. We are working to provide this service for all TLDs in the future.
If you have Business Registration for a domain name that is no longer registered in your account, you can reassign the registration to another domain name in your account, or you can purchase a new domain name to assign it to.
No. The Domain Backorders service does not guarantee you will acquire a domain name. When you place a backorder, we attempt to acquire the domain name for you when it becomes available for registration.
Each backorder comes with Domain Monitoring, a useful service that lets you track the domain name. It keeps you in the loop on that domain name’s expiration date and any changes to its status.
If a backordered domain name becomes available, but our service fails to acquire it, you can reassign the backorder to another domain name or request a refund from our support team. If we are not able to acquire your domain name, we notify you by email.
For information about reassigning a backorder, see Changing a Backorder to a Different Domain Name.
A public domain name registration with us lists registrant and other domain name contact information on the Whois database exactly as it appears in your account with us. This listing is standard procedure for all registrars certified by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). You can change the domain name contact information if you want. See Change domain contact information for information.
To restrict your personal information from displaying in a Whois database listing, you can purchase domain name privacy. For more information on this service, see Add Private Registration .
Per our agreement with ICANN, we must add valid contact information to the WHOIS directory for each domain you register. By purchasing Private Registration, you can hide your personal contact information and display proxy information instead.
Note: Some registries don’t allow Private Registration. If that’s the case for your domain, the option to add privacy won’t show up in your Domain Manager.
It can take 24 to 48 hours for the information to display in the Whois database.