WEB Does anyone know why I can't upgrade to private registration on Godaddy with a .us

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  1. pkr

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    account....

    I can't figure out why..

    Anyone?
     
  2. kingtoad

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    .ca > .us
     
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    I don't think .us can have private registrations. I remember a story about how godaddy was putting their better expired domains at really high starting bids on their aftermarket site so if they sold they got paid well and if not then they basically kept it through a shell type company they had incorporated in another state. Anyway the way the dude figured it out was because while all the other TLDs were private after godaddy moved them to their other company, the .us were still able to be tracked/watched and he followed some of the ones from the auctions. No idea why they can't have private registrations as I am too lazy to look it up but pretty sure it was .us that couldn't.



    edit: I mean because they don't like you :mamoru:
     
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  7. pkr

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    DAMMIT

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  8. JesterFX

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    Can still put "fake" info if it's not that big of a deal.
     

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