WhoisGuard Privacy

Protect Your Privacy with WhoisGuard

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) policy requires you to provide accurate contact information while registering a domain name — or you can risk losing it. Do you know that ICANN also requires this information to be listed on a public database called the "WHOIS" database?

The WHOIS database is accessible by anyone on the Internet. Therefore, when you register a domain, you risk exposing your name, address, email, and phone number to spammers, marketing firms, and other online fraudsters. Use "WhoisGuard," our privacy protection option, and stay worry-free!

SolvIT’s WhoisGuard domain privacy service is the best global domain privacy option for your domain name. Our WHOIS protection ensures that your private domain name registration always stays private as long as your privacy protection is active.

Why buy WhoisGuard?

When you purchase and enable WhoisGuard on your domain, we make the following changes in public WHOIS :

  • Replace your postal address with our address.
  • Replace your phone number and fax number with our phone and fax numbers.
  • Replace your email address with a uniquely-generated "xyz.protect@whoisguard.com" email address. Every email that is sent to the WhoisGuard address is forwarded to an email address of your choice.

Disclaimer

* WhoisGuard subscription is provided by WhoisGuard pursuant to its Services Agreement with Namecheap. Terms and conditions apply. Please visit http://www.whoisguard.com for more details. Due to registry restrictions WhoisGuard can't be used with asia, bz, ca, cn, co.uk, de, eu, in, me.uk, nu, org.uk, us, es, com.es, nom.es,org.es, com.au, net.au and org.au domains.
** WhoisGuard expiry is based on the purchase date and not on the date you activate it
** WhoisGuard subscriptions can only be used on domains registered with Namecheap.
*** Remember to turn off WhoisGuard before transferring your domain to another registrar as they will need your information at the time of the transfer.

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