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Domain Age: 50 Years, 122 Days
Created Date: 1st-Jan-1970
Updated Date: 1st-Jan-1970
Expiry Date: 1st-Jan-1970
| Domain name:|
| Data validation:|
| Nominet was able to match the registrant's name and address against a 3rd party data source on 10-Dec-2012|
| Markmonitor Inc. t/a MarkMonitor Inc. [Tag = MARKMONITOR]|
| URL: http://www.markmonitor.com|
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| Registered on: 14-Feb-1999|
| Expiry date: 14-Feb-2021|
| Last updated: 13-Jan-2020|
| Registration status:|
| Registered until expiry date.|
| Name servers:|
| WHOIS lookup made at 15:56:06 02-May-2020|
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|register. Access may be withdrawn or restricted at any time. |
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