WHOIS services provide public access to data on registered domain name holders. Registered Name Holders are required to provide accurate and reliable contact details to their Registrar to update WHOIS data for a Registered Name.

ICANN is responsible for the coordination of the global Internet’s systems of unique identifiers and, in particular, ensuring its’ stable and secure operation. ICANN maintains policies and specifications for registrars and registrants to abide by.

We estimate it may take 24 to 48 hours for the website to come back online.

The suspension of the domain will be removed after the WHOIS information is successfully verified. Please update the WHOIS information with complete and accurate contact details through your domain service provider. Once updated you will recieve a new verification email.

ICANN requires that the domain registrant’s contact information or changes to the registrant’s WHOIS information be verified within 15 calendar days. If the data is not verified in this timeframe, ICANN mandates that the website be suspended pending the verification.

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I’m in the Canterbury area I’m based in the small town of Rangiora

I have been pushing keys on the keyboard since 1994 my 1st computer was a 486 SX25 running Windows 3.1! These days I work on Mac Computers as I got sick of installing drivers, window updates and restarting my computer all the time 😉

danny-3Many people ask this question because my last name is Dutch! I was born in Christchurch Womens Hospital on 19 January 1970, I got the name “de Hek” from my dutch stepfather “Robert de Hek” who died suddenly when I was 7 years old, for the 18 months that he was married to my mother, I got known as Danny de Hek however when I was 15 I needed to open a bank account I could only do this with my legal name “Danny Charlesworth” so to keep life simple I changed my last name to match my known name, I am very proud of the name “de Hek” and to my  knowledge I’m am the only one in New Zealand and what the Hek lets be different!