Just get the private registration from your domain registrar.
Through this you can hide your personal information.
After that check details at a WHOIS service to know whether your registration is private or not.
If private registration means your information will be hide on this tool.
How do I hide my domain ownership?
How to hide your details from the public WHOIS database
- Log in to your LCN account.
- Click on Domains.
- Click Domain Privacy in the top left-hand corner.
- Domains without privacy will be listed at the top. Select the ones you would like to add privacy to.
- Click ADD TO BASKET.
- Complete the checkout process.
How do I find out who owns a private domain?
Go to https://www.whois.com/whois in a web browser. Whois.com is a free website that can find the registered owner for most domain names. There are other tools you can use to look up domain names, but many do not support newer top-level domains like . io or .
How do I remove my information from whois?
Log into your Name.com account. Click on the MY DOMAINS button, located on the top right hand corner. Click on the specific domain name you’d like to disable Whois Privacy for. Under to Whois Privacy you can toggle the button to off to disable the privacy.
Should I pay for domain privacy?
Yes, you should get domain privacy. If you’re dead set against transferring your domain names to a registrar that includes privacy, then yes – pay for it. The annoyance isn’t worth the money you’ll save. But if you’re willing to transfer your domain registration you can keep your info private without the extra charges.
What is Whois Privacy?
Domain privacy (often called Whois privacy) is a service offered by a number of domain name registrars. A user buys privacy from the company, who in turn replaces the user’s information in the WHOIS with the information of a forwarding service (for email and sometimes postal mail, it is done by a proxy server).
What is private domain registration?
What is private registration? Private registration keeps your personal information (like your email address and phone number) secure by publishing a proxy’s information instead of yours in the Whois database; which is a database of all domain contact information.