Zantive Web Hosting
Posted 07 August 2007 - 02:32 PM
Thank you both riscphree, tehbizz, and everyone else that had positive input on this topic
Posted 18 August 2007 - 02:58 PM
Running a hosting company isn't easy nor is it cheap. Having a single server is fine until you need another one because they're not cheap if you have no money.
I'm ok with that, I just think he should be honest.
Also, no 'provider' (way to be vague) will require correct WHOIS information.
Every single legit company/provider I have called has said the same thing: The domain/account will bne suspended if the owner knowingly falsifies account information.
However, registrars do and thus is backed, as you stated, by ICANN but these are bylaws and are not real laws.
How do you define a 'real' law against a 'non real' law when you get punished for not following either? Illegal as in 'go to jail' and illegal as in 'lose your rights to the property/domain/etc' are very different, yes, but they still represent a punishment for not following a set of rules.
When I checked the records they had been clearly falsified, not issued with the contact details of a legit company.
Using WHOIS Privacy is completely allowed in order to protect an identity (that's why it was invented).
When you have something positive to say, you're welcome to come back and comment, till then, don't bother.
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