Whois Data Reminders

F.D.W. system sends an e-mail to the Registrant of a domain name (under the extensions listed below) 6 months from the domain name registration date, and every subsequent year on the same day while the domain name Registration is in effect, reminding the Registrant to maintain updated Whois Contact Details:

  • .COM

  • .NET

  • .ORG

  • .BIZ

  • .INFO

  • .NAME

  • .ASIA

  • .MOBI

  • .TEL

For example, if a domain name was registered on 1-Jan-2003 for 3 years, F.D.W.  system will send the Registrant of this domain name a Whois Data Accuracy Reminder e-mail on the 1-July-2003, 1-July-2004 and 1-July-2005.

Domain Name Contact [Whois] Data needs to be kept up-to-date, to enable third parties with specific inquiries or concerns, to use the Contact records, to accurately determine who should act upon specific issues, related to a domain name record.

Whois Data Accuracy Reminder E-mail Format

The e-mail consists of the following fields:

  • Domain Name

  • Registrar Name

  • Domain Name Contact Data (Registrant, Administrative, Technical and Billing)

  • Creation and Expiry Date

  • Name Servers

In the event the Contact Data is inaccurate, you need to update the same to reflect the correct Contact Data.


Displaying inaccurate domain name Whois information can be grounds for cancellation of the domain name registration. In case you have any issues, you may contact our Support Team at support@fdwhostingco.com.

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