Keep your domain contact details private and hide them from public view.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) broadly requires the mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address of those owning or administrating a
domain name to be made publicly available through the "WHOIS" directories. However, that policy may enable spammers, direct marketers, identity thieves, or other attackers to
use the directory for very limited personal information about those people. Although ICANN has been working to change WHOIS to enable greater privacy, there is a lack of
consensus among major stakeholders as to what type of change should be made
This service replaces your information in the WHOIS with the information of a forwarding service (for email and sometimes postal mail.