Something has to be done.

Robocalling, SMS spam and email spam to contacts collected from newly-registered domain names are out of control. Simply out of control.

I registered a domain name last week using a Google Voice number so I could track the marketing. I received two SMS messages from people pitching logo design and video production within 24 hours. One around midnight. I also received a phone call from someone offering to create a website on my new domain name.

I blame nefarious peddlers who are making it easier and cheaper than ever to obtain Whois information.

But regardless of blame, I hope that registrars can come together to take out the revenue side of this equation. It might be a game of Whack-a-Mole, but can we give it a shot?

Each SMS or spam message leads to a website. If these websites are suspended then the marketers have to switch

Article source: http://domainnamewire.com/2017/02/16/control-block-sms-spam-robocalling-based-whois-info/

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