If you do not want to have your personal information display for your website, Web Hosting Hub can help you.  Domain Privacy hides your personal information from the public whois records, which prevents telemarketers and others from freely gaining access to such things as your email address and phone number.

What is Domain Privacy?

When a domain name is registered, the owner's contact information is made publicly available in a database easily accessible by anyone. This free information is invaluable to telemarketers, spammers, and other alike. Domain privacy hides this information and helps protect your identity.

Public Registration

Registrant:

John Doe
123 Maple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90210
Domain Name:
DomainName.com
Created on: 13-Nov-04
Expires on: 13-Nov-05
Last Updated on: 17-Feb-05

Administrative Contact:
John Doe

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123 Maple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90210
(323) 555-5555

Technical Contact
John Doe

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123 Maple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90210
(323) 555-5555

Private Registration

Registrant: 

John Doe*
4553 Glencoe Ave. Ste 325
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Domain Name:
DomainName.com

Created on: 13-Nov-04
Expires on: 13-Nov-05
Last Updated on: 17-Feb-05

Administrative Contact:
John Doe*

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4553 Glencoe Ave. Ste 325
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(757) 416-6575

Technical Contact
Administrator Domain

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4553 Glencoe Ave. Ste 325
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(757) 416-657

*Your name will remain the registrant contact so that you retain ownership of the domain.

How do I get Domain Privacy?

Web Hosting Hub offers Domain Privacy for those who do not wish to have their contact information available in the WHOIS registry.

Current customers can purchase Domain Privacy from AMP for $9 a year per domain.

  1. Login to the Account Management Panel(AMP).
  2. Highlight over Domains and click on Manage Domains.
  3. You will see your domains listed, click the Add Privacy link next to the domain you want to be private.
    This is a picture of someone ordering domain privacy in AMP
  4. You will then be taken to a billing page where you can add a new credit card, or use an existing one (if it is saved). Agree to the terms of service, and click the Submit button.

Important: Privacy will be added to your domain, keep in mind that it my take up to 24 hours for people to see the updated private Whois information.

If you are a new customer and do not have an account with us, please contact sales at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 877-595-4482.

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