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 March 3, 2011  Posted by  Business, Online

Bill Hartzer writes:

Chase Bank is mining internet domain name whois data in the pursuit of credit card customers. When they encounter whois privacy on a domain name, they are disregarding it and alternatively sending the credit card offers to the domain owners’ web hosting companies. If Chase Bank has a credit card offer for you, and you have whois privacy set on a domain name you own, Chase may send that credit card offer to your web hosting company’s mailing address.

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