Answering a request for verification of the identity?

One gray website came this letter from regru address abuse@reg.ru

Please within 15 days to provide documents to confirm information about the registrant:
* For individuals-copy of passport: pages with photo and page with registration address.

I had a similar experience when I confirmed her identity on another site, I next day sent the complaint from Rospotrebnadzor. On the whole, after the turning of the forums I realized that nothing good is letter portends - was probably filed some sort of complaint on the website.

What is the question. The website is registered to me. Whether or not to respond and to confirm your details? Site like I wrote above, grayish and find fault with it, you can, therefore, fear the serious applicants/complaints/and other things. Two options.
1. To reply to this email to confirm the information. Wait for the letter of happiness and is in fact to deal with the problem.
2. Not answer, to buy another domain, losing all traffic. Will protect me at all such an option statement? Or the sense not to respond and ignore anymore?
The idea is that while I have not confirmed their data it is believed that it is not proved that the website belongs to me and if I answer, how would subscribe that all my people are responsible. Is it really so?
April 4th 20 at 00:49
7 answers
April 4th 20 at 00:51
nothing good this letter portends - was probably filed some sort of complaint on the website.


reg.ru employees pay is clearly not for correspondence / treatment scans )) means pressed, and Yes - a sense of true

regime on the internet.bs EN domain and a 302 in there, just a couple of weeks enough
April 4th 20 at 00:53
If domain .EN/.Russia, you have 7 calendar days. If you do not answer, or the data do not match, the domain will be removed from the delegation and can delete (but I can leave, he will be removed after registration).

In any case, the data administrator will be transferred to the Complainant (the CPS), but they are not verified (not verified scan of the passport). If this body will appeal to you, I can safely say - "not my cow". If there is a seamy side, the authorities will find connection with your account payments and ip, so what's the trick about the cow won't fly.

Responsibility to the Registrar no. Before the law, depending on the black content on the site.
Well, the recorder can be put under lock all of your domains (.EN .Of the Russian Federation).
April 4th 20 at 00:55
Briefly: only You can Decide.
More fully: if the result of your work is less important than the possible responsibility - best not to answer and create a "mirror" in autostroiteley area. Inform all its users that created a "mirror" and at the entrance, after showing the alert, the redirects to the new "mirror" domain.
April 4th 20 at 00:57
nothing good this letter portends - was probably filed some sort of complaint on the website.

Of course. Someone complained to the site, the Registrar checked, found that there is crap and in accordance with the rules of the domain zone sent the notification (for .EN .su .RF - confirmation is required, this warn all sane domainer), who looked through the EV domain, alerted domainer, that alerted You.

It all depends on the level of Chernukha on the website - if it's not too horrible, and it is possible to send the data. If there is something you can really ogrebayut - mirror site somewhere and write off everything .EN .su .Russian domains in the section of combat losses :)
April 4th 20 at 00:59
Lol, well don't answer - takes domain and goodbye.
This scheme is established, so that, as they say, too late, they can still achieve. Nakosyachili with the law - respond.
This is the answer.
April 4th 20 at 01:01
One of the rules of safe IT-business in Russia says that you need to signup domains abroad. Great option to leave and not to Shine your data. What a lesson for the future.
And where advise to buy for the future? - Unique.Powlowski commented on April 4th 20 at 01:04
@Unique.Powlowski, for example: internetbs.net, gandi.net and others. - Dedric.Hami commented on April 4th 20 at 01:07
April 4th 20 at 01:03
Ran themselves, are to blame. Keep your "dirty work" in other areas, not Russian, foreign registrars. Rather, move abroad, change the passport and identity. Hide in the bunker just in case, stock up on... well, just don't do them.

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