Shield Your Identity
Put a stop to domain related spam; make your domain registration private with ID Protect?
Did you know that current domain regulations require that your private contact information be included in a publicly accessible database known as WhoIs? This means that your private information is displayed and made available to anyone that wants to see it, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
ID Protect: Because your privacy is important!
ID protect works in the same way as having your phone number “unlisted”: it prevents people from gaining access to your address, phone number and other private information.
How ID Protect Works
Offering you complete control
You retain full legal ownership and control over 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.
* ID Protect is not available for .US names
ID PROTECT FAQ
How does ID Protect help reduce spam?
Due to eNom’s dynamic email system, your visible email address is constantly changing, so while it is being harvested and redistributed, it will change and the previous address will no longer work for the spammer. The Domain Privacy Protection Service (an affiliate of eNom.com) secures and maintains your real email address on file so you receive important information regarding your domain.
What if I need to prove ownership of a domain?
You have the ability to temporarily disable the ID Protect service through your domain control panel. Turn off the service and then ask the verifying party to confirm whois registration details at http://www.enom.com/domains/whois.asp. Once complete, you may turn the ID Protect service back on through your domain control panel.
What if someone sends something to the mailing address?
For communications received which does not appear to be unsolicited commercial mail, The Domain Privacy Protection Service (an affiliate of eNom.com) may either forward such communication to you or may attempt to communicate to you a scanned copy of a page of the communication. The Service may elect to not forward to you communications which appear to be unsolicited, or communications which appear to be from your having used the IDP Services as a general mail forwarding service.