Use United Privacy to Protect Your Privacy

The Whois database is accessible to anyone on the internet. When you register a domain, you risk exposing your name, address, email and phone number to spammers, marketing firms and online fraudsters. United Privacy was designed for domain owners. With this service in place, your confidential information is no longer available for public consumption. It's the best global domain privacy option you'll find anywhere, guaranteed.

How it Works?

Contact Info Shield

Shield service information is displayed in the publicly accessible Whois database, taking the place of your name, postal address, phone number, and fax number. Your personal information remains private. This means you're safe from telemarketers, unsolicited phone calls, junk mail and identity theft

Spam Killer​

United Privacy replaces your email address in the Whois database with a unique "" address. Every email sent to this address is filtered and then forwarded to an email address of your choice, drastically reducing the amount of spam in your inbox, while ensuring you receive legitimate communication

First Year Free!​

When you register an eligible new domain name or transfer an existing eligible domain into Namepal, you'll receive the first year of United Privacy protection absolutely FREE. ​​

Flexible Control

​Update your settings any time you want. It's easy to enable and disable United Privacy, or modify your custom email preferences, all from within one simple control panel.

8 Reasons to Protect Your Privacy

Protect your identity
Stop domain-related spam
Thwart harassers & stalkers
End data mining
Maintain personal and family privacy
Prevent your domain from being hijacked
Shield legitimate business endeavors
Voice political and First Amendment speech

Your identity is only revealed in special circumstances whereby it may be necessary to reveal your name and personal information such as ​1) When required by law, or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary in order to conform to the law. 2) To comply with a subpoena or other legal process served upon us. ​3) To resolve any and all third party claims, whether threatened or made, arising out of your use of a domain name.