Copyright Policy

Dynadot respects the intellectual property rights of others, and is committed to protecting such rights where they exist. However, we cannot lawfully "play judge". If you believe your copyright or trademark is being violated, please help us help you by taking the following steps.

Step 1 - Notify the domain/website owner to cease and desist. You can find the owner using the Whois lookup.

Step 2 - If the domain/website owner refuses or fails to comply with your request, you may submit a complaint using the form below.

Your Name
Your Email
Phone Number
Mailing Address

Domain Name or Website in Violation

Your Complaint

  It is my good faith belief that the use of the material complained of is not authorized by me, my agent, or the law.

  Under penalty of perjury the information I am providing regarding the infringing material and my copyright is accurate.

Note: Your complaint may be used as evidence in any legal proceeding concerning the alleged infringement.


We reserve the right to take any steps that we determine in our sole discretion to reasonably curb infringing activities by the domains or websites ordered through us.

Likewise, we reserve the right to take no action without the backing of an order issued by a court of law or an administrative body, such as those described in ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.

At any time, where appropriate, you may commence an administrative proceeding under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.

Disputing Ownership

If you are disputing ownership of a domain that was registered through us, please review the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, adopted by ICANN. Where ownership is disputed, Dynadot cannot take any action on a domain, unless it is in one of the instances described in paragraph 3 of the policy.

Subpoena Policy

Dynadot, LLC will not release customer information or account information without the express permission of the customer or when required by law. Subpoena Policy