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SOURCE: Lets Host
LetsHost.ie, a leader in Irish web hosting and domain registration, is now offering free WHOIS privacy services.
Dublin, Ireland (PRWEB) November 24, 2012
LetsHost.ie, a leader in Irish web hosting and domain registration, is now offering free WHOIS privacy services. The software protection can be quickly activated by both new and existing domain registrants so their contact information is shielded from public view.
The Irish web hosting company wanted to take an industry-leading step by providing WHOIS protection at no additional cost. LetsHost customers can enable the service during the initial domain registration process, through the client service portal, or by emailing the support team. This privacy software is now available on any .com, .net, .org, .biz, or .info domain name registered through LetsHost.
By activating WHOIS privacy, individuals and organisations can keep the information provided during their registration hidden from spammers and domain scammers. If anyone conducts a WHOIS search on the domain, the owner’s email, address and telephone number are not disclosed. The free software also helps to guard against spam bots, the programs that browse the Internet harvesting email addresses.
“It is important that accurate information be entered during the domain registration process,” Graeme Conkie, Director said. “So we give our clients the opportunity to protect this personal or business information without paying an extra fee. Whether we’re delivering a domain registration, web hosting, or cloud VPS service, we want to help customers safeguard their online presence.”
LetsHost is one of Ireland’s largest domain name registration companies, focused on offering fast registrations and transfers at low costs.
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