Reply from namesilo(provided domain registration to Jesse Nickles)

Tried to report to namesilo(provided domain registration to Jesse Nickles)

namesilo is the worst domain registrar.

My reason:

Check this site’s contents, their hate speeches have made a lot of people(more than 20000) UNHAPPY. For example, check the review from Jesse Nickles about a US judge: The judge did nothing wrong, but was illustrated like a clown just because he is an Indian descent… is another site’ domain that they register via your service. Full of fictitious accounts to mislead people unaware of Jesse Nickles’ racism ideas.

Their reply:


Thank you for reporting this issue.

Please note we are only the domain name registrar and cannot validate or control the content posted on the site.

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