After We Reported Jesse Nickles to Icann, Icann Replied...

After we reported Jesse Nickles to ICANN, ICANN replied… Absolutely irresponsible answer!!

ICANN replied:


Thank you for contacting ICANN Global Support. I am sorry to hear of your experience with fraud.

ICANN is responsible for coordinating the Domain Name System (DNS) to ensure that domain names map to the correct IP addresses. ICANN does not control Internet content, would not be able to take down websites or have authority to investigate illegal activities.

If you have encountered abusive behavior (e.g. phishing/ scam/ fraudulent activities) or content issue on a website/domain name, you may consider reporting the abuse/issue to the following:

Law enforcement agency in your jurisdiction (e.g. FBI Internet Crime Center – Consumer protection agency in your jurisdiction. You will find the list of consumer agencies that are Members of International Consumer Protection Enforcement Network (ICPEN) on this page: Web hosting provider. You may refer to the IP location or name server information on the search result from the WHOIS Lookup tool. (e.g. Registrar of the domain name. You may find the Registrar Information on the search result from the WHOIS Lookup tool (e.g. or from

ICANN-accredited registrars are required to provide abuse contact information, take steps to investigate reports, and respond appropriately to any reports of abuse.

The full abuse contact requirements are included in Section 3.18 of the 2013 RAA at:

If the registrar fails to comply with these requirements, please submit the abuse complaint form: ICANN’s Contractual Compliance team will review and reply to your complaint within 5 business days.

Information on Registrar Abuse Reports

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I hope you found this information to be of assistance. If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Best regards,

ICANN Global Support Team