Your Shield Against Spammers and Identity Thieves
Have you noticed your inbox is getting filled with more junk these days?
Whenever you register a domain, your private information is very public. Each domain you register is in a public database of contact information which includes your name, home address, phone number, and email address in a database that anyone can access. Spammers, scammers, and advertising agencies regularly scan this database and add you to their SPAM lists.
There’s only one way to make sure you’re not on their lists! Get ID Protection for every domain you register. ID Protection hides your personal information so spammers won’t be able to reach you!
Why Every Domain Needs ID Protect
If you’re like us, you want to know that your information online is private and protected. Monkey Mouth Web Hosting, as your domain registrar, is obliged by ICANN laws to obtain several pieces of private data and save them in a public repository called a WHOIS record. It includes your name, address, phone number, email, and other contact info.
Even if you don’t care about this kind of knowledge being public, anyone—including spammers and identity thieves will use this information to harass domain registrants with unwanted offers, solicitations, robocalls, and spam email. Luckily, Monkey Mouth Web Hosting offers the solution. We offer ID Protection to screen your private information from snooping eyes.
How Does ID Protection Work?
When your domain is protected with ID Protect, we substitute the private identifying information in your WHOIS file with our generic contact information. That way spammers, ID thieves, and third-party marketers will never see your information. If they can’t see your information, no spam or phone calls will reach you.
ID Protect must be added to each domain you register. While many top-level domains support ID Protect, ID Protection is not supported on all domain extensions. When you register your domain with us, add ID Protect and we’ll let you know if that domain is eligible for the service. You can also have the option to add ID Protection to domains you’ve already registered with us.
ID Protection takes your unprotected, personal information and shields it from the public so that they only see anonymous information: