Namesilo Whois Privacy protection, It’s free, isn’t it?

Every time users register a new domain name at the registrars including Namesilo registrar, the users must provide personal information as the ICANN regulations in order to maintain a publicly accessible database called “WHOIS”.

Namesilo whois privacy
Namesilo domain privacy

The personal information including full name, email, home address, phone number and other information.

As you know the sensitive personal information is a gold mine that targeted by hackers, spammers, marketers, or other third parties. This information may benefit for them.

Does Namesilo offer Free WHOIS privacy protection?

Namesilo offers Free WHOIS privacy protection every time users register, or transfer the domain names.

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Namesilo domain Register Whois free

Namesilo has become partner with PrivacyGuardian. org to provide full domain privacy protection for the users information while complying with ICANN requirements.

Once users enable Whois privacy protection, the real name, email, home address completely hidden on the public database of Whois lookup which means the users’ privacy information has been sealed in the safe place and no one can access to it.

Say goodbye to the hackers, spammers, marketers or others because you have been protected when purchasing domain name at Namesilo and enable Whois privacy for domain name.

How can I check my Whois status of my domain names?

You can go to this page to check out your domain name Whois status:

https://www.namesilo.com/whois

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