Have you ever received This from ICANN?
2015-07-26, 12:40 PM,
#1
Dear XXXXXX,

This is your annual notice that all registered domain names must have accurate and updated contact information.

Please review the domain information below and verify its accuracy. If all information is up-to-date then no changes are necessary. Inaccurate or outdated information must be corrected by logging into your account.

While we do respect your privacy, we are required by ICANN, our regulating authority, to send these notices annually to all domain contacts. To learn more about this process and why it is required, please visit ICANN’s website: http://www.icann.org/whois/wdrp-registrant-faq.htm

Please remember that under the terms of your registration agreement, providing false or inaccurate Whois (contact) information can be grounds for the cancellation of your domain name registration.

Domains names for review as of August 1 thru August 31

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Of course, my whois informations is all modified :D
This is standard email or What? How can they verify my identity without ask any documents?
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2015-07-26, 12:50 PM,
#2
That's fine and normal. By rules of ICANN, all registrars are required to send this email (I believe every six months) to domain holders to just remind them whether their contact details and other personal info is accurate and correct.
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2015-07-26, 12:56 PM,
#3
(2015-07-26, 12:50 PM)Pratik_ Wrote: That's fine and normal. By rules of ICANN, all registrars are required to send this email (I believe every six months) to domain holders to just remind them whether their contact details and other personal info is accurate and correct.

Ok, but they will do anything, right?
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2015-07-26, 01:55 PM,
#4
It's fine, we all get them. Just make sure the info is correct.

If they find out that the info is incorrect, in worse case you can end up losing your domain.

It's rare, but it does happen.
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2015-07-26, 02:19 PM,
#5
(2015-07-26, 01:55 PM)ѕedoɴιc Wrote: It's fine, we all get them. Just make sure the info is correct.

If they find out that the info is incorrect, in worse case you can end up losing your domain.

It's rare, but it does happen.

I've modified info, but it's like Good Name and Good Surname, not wjhjhrwge sdhddidy9.
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2015-07-26, 02:22 PM,
#6
it's nothing.. don't worry

#projectGodfather
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2015-07-26, 02:31 PM,
#7
Thank you guys!
I've three website with one mail but different name, now I change all name in all website with same name in every site, then now when ICANN check can see good name and good surname in all website.
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