I was checking a domain name I own in .com to see what other extensions are registered, by who and what is the usage. My .com domain is an adult word in Greek and gets a good amount of typein traffic. It is one of the first .com domains I registered almost 10 years ago. Can you guess what the domain is?
While I was checking whois I noticed these strange and funny details in the .net version of that word:
Den Exw Name LTD
paggaki 3o aristera
Kolopetinitsa, ano kolopetinitsa 12397
I understand that most of you don’t understand Greek so I will translate as good as I can, as some words are untranslatable:
I don’t have a name LTD
You are curious
Third bench on the left
Kolopetinitsa, ano kolopetinitsa 12397 (There is no translation for Kolopetinitsa but it is supposed to be a place in the middle of nowhere)
China (this doesn’t need a translation and obviously it is fake)
+009 03345623 (fake number)
The email address could have been the only real detail on whois but this is fake email address as well. Gmail doesn’t allow underscores in email addresses.
I don’t understand the motivation for this fake whois info. This is not a domain that contains a trademark and unless the owner is ashamed of owning such a domain name, then I can’t find any other explanation. A simple report at the registrar the domain is registered with will get this domain name deleted. And the owner will never know what happened because of the fake email address. I will not make such a report and I hope non of you reading will. 🙂
Haha! 😀 Kolopetinitsa.com is available.