For a number of domain names such as .com, .net, & .org you will receive once per year an e-mail asking you to check your registration details. The content of which is similar to the following:
Dear Penguin Internet,
This is your annual notice that all registered domain names must have accurate and up-to-date contact information.
Please review the domain information below and verify its accuracy. If all information is up-to-date then no changes are necessary. Inaccurate or outdated information must be corrected by logging into your account.
While we do respect your privacy, we are required by ICANN, our regulating authority, to send these notices annually to all domain contacts. To learn more about this process and why it is required, please visit ICANN’s website: http://www.icann.org/whois/wdrp-registrant-faq.htm
Please remember that under the terms of your registration agreement, providing false or inaccurate Whois (contact) information can be grounds for the cancellation of your domain name registration.
Domains names for review as of August 1 thru August 31
Domain Name Link
Created: Aug 08, 2003; Type: Registrant View Contact Data
*note: these links are only valid until : 2018-08-25
Your domain registration provider
These e-mails will normally come from email@example.com and are legitimate. Should you receive one, just check that your registratnt details are correct and if not, you can update these from within our client area.
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