Change WHOIS Contacts for domain

Per ICANN regulations, domain name owners are required to keep their domain name contact information updated and accurate.

VERY IMPORTANT: Any changes you make to your WHOIS contact data will likely result in a required WHOIS VERIFICATION process. If you do not respond to the verification email, your domain may be suspended (i.e. stop working). Please read THIS PAGE for more information.

You can easily change what contact information is displayed, when someone does a WHOIS query for your domain, by utilizing the Contact Information link in our Domain Management system.

To verify and edit the Registrant, Administrative, Technical and Billing contact information for your domain, do the following:

To change contacts for a single domain:
  1. Visit your Client Area page in our Billing System at https://hosting.qth.com/.
  2. Click Domains to view your domain names (towards the top of the Client Area screen)
  3. Click the wrench icon to the right of the domain you wish to manage. 
  4. In the left-hand menu, click "Contact Information" and fill out the form with the appropriate contact information.
  5. Click "Save Changes".

To change contacts for multiple domains:
  1. Visit your Client Area page in our Billing System at https://hosting.qth.com/.
  2. Click Domains to view your domain names (towards the top of the Client Area screen)
  3. Check the boxes to the left of every domain you wish to edit the contacts for.
  4. At the bottom of the list of domains, click "With Selected" and choose "Edit Contact Information"
  5. Fill out the form with the appropriate contact information.
  6. Click "Save Changes".
If you are interested in making your contact information private, see this article.
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