Understanding domains

What’s a Top Level Domain (TLD)?

A top-level domain is what comes immediately to the right of the dot in internet addressing (ex., .MOI, .COM, .NET, .ORG).

What’s a Second Level Domain (SLD) or “domain name”?

A second level domain (SLD), or what most people call a ‘domain name’, is to the left of the dot (ex., ‘amazon’ in amazon.com) in Internet addressing. Domain names are registered through accredited registrars.

What’s a registrant?

A registrant is an individual or entity that has registered a domain name.

What’s a registrar?

A registrar sells domain names to registrants under a contract with the registry. A registrar may sell domain names in gTLDs operated by several different registries.

What’s a registry?

A registry maintains the master database of all domain names in a gTLD. Amazon Registry Services, Inc., is the registry for the .MOI gTLD.

Support

Where can I get help setting up my website?

Your registrar, on its own or through third-parties, may offer website-related services. Please refer to your registrar’s customer service page. If your registrar is not responsive, email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com and our team will try to help.

How do I register a complaint about an Amazon Registry TLD website?

Amazon Registry imposes an Acceptable Use Policy for all domains in our TLDs. Please review our Legal FAQs to find an answer to your specific question.

I’m a registrar and need help. How can I contact you?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com. Please allow 1 business day for a response. Thank you.

About .MOI

What’s .MOI?

.MOI is a new generic top level domain (gTLD) intended for French speakers and French culture-related content.

Who can register a .MOI?

.MOI domains are available worldwide.

Why French?

There are 220 million primary and fluent secondary speakers of the French language in the world. .MOI is dedicated to globally unifying one online group though language.

Registering .MOI

How do I register a .MOI domain?

You register a .MOI domain through a registrar. Click here to find an authorized registrar.

How much does it cost?

Each registrar sets its own price. Click here to find an authorized .MOI registrar.

Do I get an Amazon Prime discount?

No.

Can I move my existing website to .MOI?

Yes. Once you have registered a .MOI domain name you can use it as you would any other domain name.

Can my .MOI domain name contain accented characters (e.g., è, à, ù)?

Yes. Amazon Registry Services accepts non-ASCII characters like è, ê, â. Registering your IDN is typically done just like you’d register any other domain. Your registrar will have more information on their specific processes.

Can search engines find my .MOI website?

It appears that many search engines treat new TLD domains like legacy TLDs. For instance, Google provides a Q&A on new top level domains here.

Limited registration periods

What is a limited registration period?

A limited registration period (“LRP”) is when some registrants get early access to a TLD based on pre-defined criteria. Not all TLDs will offer an LRP and Amazon LRP’s may vary by TLD.

How do I prove I qualify to register a domain name in the .MOI TLD?

For the .MOI Limited Registration Period (“LRP”), you must indicate your presence in the relevant LRP location for that period, as indicated on NIC.MOI. We reserve the right to review the domain names registered and if an independent audit shows that you do not actually live where you claim to live, we can delete the domain name, based on our Acceptable Use Policy.

Do I have to use my .MOI TLD domain name for a specific purpose?

No. We want you to use your new .MOI domain name to express yourself! Our Acceptable Use Policy lists the things you can’t do, like engage in hacking or send spam email.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .MOI TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .MOI top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .MOI, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .MOI top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .MOI website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .MOI top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .MOI, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .MOI, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .MOI TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .MOI site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .MOI domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.moi or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .MOI TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .MOI website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .MOI website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.moi.

About .BOT

What is .BOT?

.BOT is an identity that is focused on the rapidly evolving bot space (software and physical bots).

Who can register a .bot domain name?

Customers who are able to validate that they own, manage, operate a chatbot built using Amazon Lex, Microsoft Bot Framework or Dialogflow will be able register a .BOT domain name. You will be able to validate your bot during check out or by visiting the validation page.

Why is .BOT focused on bots?

Chat bots, personal assistants and robots have become relevant in everyday life with the evolution of technology and readily available services to build them. .BOT will create an internet space and an identity for bots and the bot community.

The tools I used to create my bot are not listed. How do I register a .BOT domain name?

We are expanding the methods to register a .BOT domain name. Please join our mailing list and we will inform you of new tools as we support additional tools.

What comes after this limited registration period for .BOT

We continue to expand the list of supported bot kits and new features. We will post updates on get.bot. Please join our mailing list and we will inform you of exciting new features as we launch them.

Registering .BOT

How do I register a .BOT domain?

During the limited registration phase, please visit get.bot to start the process to register your domain name. You can use Amazon Lex, Microsoft Bot Framework or Dialogflow to build and validate your bot and register a .BOT domain name.
If you use other tools to build your bot, please join our mailing list mailing list and we will notify you as we support new tools. We are building new mechanisms to validate and register a .BOT domain name and will notify you as we launch them.

How much does it cost?

Pricing can also vary based on the name. Registration price of your selected domain name will be displayed on the registrar selection page during check out.

Why am I asked to validate that I have a bot to register a .BOT domain?

Customers like you, who are bot developers, requested to keep the .BOT Top Level Domain for the bot community. In this limited registration phase, only customers who validate their published chatbot using the methods provided are able to register .BOT domain names. By validating that you have a published bot, you help us to keep .BOT Top Level Domain for bots.

The tools I used to create my bot are not listed. How do I validate for a .BOT domain name?

We are expanding the supported methods to validate a .BOT domain name. Please join our mailing list and we will inform you of new methods as we support additional tools.

Can my .BOT domain contain accented characters?

Yes. Amazon Registry Services accepts non-ASCII characters like é, ä. The registry agreement posted contains all the approved IDN scripts for a .BOT second level domain name.

Can I get the Amazon site builder with my .BOT domain?

Yes. Amazon site builder is available for .BOT customers. You can subscribe to Amazon site builder during domain name check out.

What should I not use my .BOT domain name for?

Our Acceptable Use Policy lists the ways in which you agree not to use your .BOT domain name, like malicious hacking or spending spam emails.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .BOT TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .BOT top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .BOT, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .BOT top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .BOT website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .BOT top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .BOT, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .BOT, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .BOT TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .BOT site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .BOT domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.bot or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .BOT TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .BOT website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .BOT website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.bot.

General Information

What is a .家電 domain name?

The .家電 domain is a top-level internationalized domain name (IDN) that uses local language characters. IDNs were created to help create a universal internet, and promote the use of other languages online.

How should I use a .家電 domain name?

Japanese top-level IDNs are for customers who want to build their online story completely in Japanese. Businesses owners, bloggers, food lovers, artist & musicians can build websites that let their audience have more meaningful discovery of the content they want to share. 

Who can buy a .家電 domain name?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD. 

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. 

Internationalized domain names (IDNs)

What IDN TLDs does Amazon Registry offer?

Click here.

Is there a character limit for second level domain names in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

The character limit for an IDN second level domain depends on the characters it contains. Search on www.amazonregistry.com to check if the name you want is valid.

Is there any restriction on eligibility for registration in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD.

Must I use the same IDN character set for my second level domain as is used for the top level, or can my second level domain name use another IDN character set (e.g. sushi.食品)?

Please see the relevant Registry Agreement for the approved second level IDN scripts for a particular TLD. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .家電 TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .家電 top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .家電, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .家電 top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .家電 website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .家電 top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .家電, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .家電, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .家電 TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .家電 site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .家電 domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.家電 or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .家電 TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .家電 website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .家電 website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.家電.

General Information

What is a .クラウト domain name?

The .クラウト domain is a top-level internationalized domain name (IDN) that uses local language characters. IDNs were created to help create a universal internet, and promote the use of other languages online.

How should I use a .クラウト domain name?

Japanese top-level IDNs are for customers who want to build their online story completely in Japanese. Businesses owners, bloggers, food lovers, artist & musicians can build websites that let their audience have more meaningful discovery of the content they want to share. 

Who can buy a .クラウト domain name?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD. 

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. 

Internationalized domain names (IDNs)

What IDN TLDs does Amazon Registry offer?

Click here.

Is there a character limit for second level domain names in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

The character limit for an IDN second level domain depends on the characters it contains. Search on www.amazonregistry.com to check if the name you want is valid.

Is there any restriction on eligibility for registration in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD.

Must I use the same IDN character set for my second level domain as is used for the top level, or can my second level domain name use another IDN character set (e.g. sushi.食品)?

Please see the relevant Registry Agreement for the approved second level IDN scripts for a particular TLD. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .クラウト TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .クラウト top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .クラウト, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .クラウト top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .クラウト website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .クラウト top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .クラウト, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .クラウト, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .クラウト TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .クラウト site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .クラウト domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.クラウト or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .クラウト TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .クラウト website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .クラウト website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.クラウト.

General Information

What is a .食品 domain name?

The .食品 domain is a top-level internationalized domain name (IDN) that uses local language characters. IDNs were created to help create a universal internet, and promote the use of other languages online.

How should I use a .食品 domain name?

Japanese top-level IDNs are for customers who want to build their online story completely in Japanese. Businesses owners, bloggers, food lovers, artist & musicians can build websites that let their audience have more meaningful discovery of the content they want to share. 

Who can buy a .食品 domain name?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD. 

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. 

Internationalized domain names (IDNs)

What IDN TLDs does Amazon Registry offer?

Click here.

Is there a character limit for second level domain names in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

The character limit for an IDN second level domain depends on the characters it contains. Search on www.amazonregistry.com to check if the name you want is valid.

Is there any restriction on eligibility for registration in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD.

Must I use the same IDN character set for my second level domain as is used for the top level, or can my second level domain name use another IDN character set (e.g. sushi.食品)?

Please see the relevant Registry Agreement for the approved second level IDN scripts for a particular TLD. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .食品 TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .食品 top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .食品, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .食品 top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .食品 website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .食品 top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .食品, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .食品, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .食品 TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .食品 site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .食品 domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.食品 or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .食品 TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .食品 website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .食品 website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.食品.

General Information

What is a .セール domain name?

The .セール domain is a top-level internationalized domain name (IDN) that uses local language characters. IDNs were created to help create a universal internet, and promote the use of other languages online.

How should I use a .セール domain name?

Japanese top-level IDNs are for customers who want to build their online story completely in Japanese. Businesses owners, bloggers, food lovers, artist & musicians can build websites that let their audience have more meaningful discovery of the content they want to share. 

Who can buy a .セール domain name?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD. 

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. 

Internationalized domain names (IDNs)

What IDN TLDs does Amazon Registry offer?

Click here.

Is there a character limit for second level domain names in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

The character limit for an IDN second level domain depends on the characters it contains. Search on www.amazonregistry.com to check if the name you want is valid.

Is there any restriction on eligibility for registration in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD.

Must I use the same IDN character set for my second level domain as is used for the top level, or can my second level domain name use another IDN character set (e.g. sushi.食品)?

Please see the relevant Registry Agreement for the approved second level IDN scripts for a particular TLD. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .セール TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .セール top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .セール, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .セール top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .セール website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .セール top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .セール, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .セール, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .セール TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .セール site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .セール domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.セール or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .セール TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .セール website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .セール website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.セール.

General Information

What is a .ストア domain name?

The .ストア domain is a top-level internationalized domain name (IDN) that uses local language characters. IDNs were created to help create a universal internet, and promote the use of other languages online.

How should I use a .ストア domain name?

Japanese top-level IDNs are for customers who want to build their online story completely in Japanese. Businesses owners, bloggers, food lovers, artist & musicians can build websites that let their audience have more meaningful discovery of the content they want to share. 

Who can buy a .ストア domain name?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD. 

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. 

Internationalized domain names (IDNs)

What IDN TLDs does Amazon Registry offer?

Click here.

Is there a character limit for second level domain names in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

The character limit for an IDN second level domain depends on the characters it contains. Search on www.amazonregistry.com to check if the name you want is valid.

Is there any restriction on eligibility for registration in Amazon Registry IDN TLDs?

Please consult the applicable registration policy, or email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com for specific information on a TLD.

Must I use the same IDN character set for my second level domain as is used for the top level, or can my second level domain name use another IDN character set (e.g. sushi.食品)?

Please see the relevant Registry Agreement for the approved second level IDN scripts for a particular TLD. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions.

Abuse

General information


This is Amazon’s TLD abuse information page. You can use this information to report abuse and other concerns about domain names registered in Amazon TLDs.

QUICK RESOURCES:

If you need customer support with your account or website, please contact us at amazon-registry-service@amazon.com.

To learn more about protecting your devices and computers from cybercrime, visit www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best resource for reports and concerns about unlawful activities, such as theft, payment scams, identify theft, and illicit content, among others. In the United States, you can contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field.

Security threats


How do I report abuse of the .ストア TLD?

You can report abuse via email at registry-abuse@amazon.com. Please send as much identifying information as you can to help us locate the problem. At a minimum, abuse reports should include the full website URL and the date and time (including time zone) the abuse was identified.

I’m receiving a lot of spam from email accounts associated with the .ストア top-level domain.

We are unable to stop others from sending unsolicited or junk mail. Please contact the domain name registrant with your concerns about spam. If the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .ストア, we will investigate. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can also forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I made a purchase at a website in the .ストア top-level domain and I think my personal information may have been stolen.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be misrepresenting itself or stealing information, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed the website and what you were attempting to do. Do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I clicked on a link I saw on a .ストア website and now I have a virus.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To assist with our internal investigation, email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send any files you believe are malicious or contain a virus.

I went to my usual website in the .ストア top-level domain, but I think it’s been hacked.

Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report online crimes. In the United States, you may want to file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. To report a website that appears to be impersonating Amazon or .ストア, or email registry-abuse@amazon.com with a link to the website and as much information as you can about the time you accessed it and what you clicked on. Please do not send us any confidential information, such as your credit card number.

I received an email requesting my personal information.

We cannot stop spam. However, if the email is pretending to be from Amazon or .ストア, we want to know about it. Please forward the entire email (don’t copy/paste) to registry-abuse@amazon.com. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I keep getting emails from people claiming to have money for me to claim or who are trying to conduct other financial transactions.

If you receive an unsolicited email from anyone claiming to give you money, or asking to conduct a financial transaction, we can confirm that it is not from Amazon. Your local law enforcement agency is the best place to report fraud. If you are a victim of fraud in the United States, you may file a report with the FBI at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. In the United States, you can forward spam to the FBI at spam@uce.gov and you can learn more about online scams at www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams.

I have discovered a botnet using domain names registered in the .ストア TLD. Who can I talk to about that?

Please submit as much information as you have to registry-abuse@amazon.com so our security experts can investigate it.

Law enforcement


What information can I get with a subpoena or court order?

As a domain name registry, we only have access to the public registration information and DNS records for a domain name. To determine the registrant of a domain name, please use the publicly available Whois record, which is accessible at whois.icann.org. We cannot remove content or shut down name servers. Please review Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

What if I have a legal request, but no subpoena or warrant?

Amazon strictly safeguards its customers identities and their information. If your request is for Amazon’s confidential customer information, or if you would like us to take action against a customer or their domain name, you must follow Amazon’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for information on how to serve your civil or criminal subpoena or your warrant or court order. Requests from jurisdictions outside the United States are subject to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties.

Child sexual exploitation


I found some sexually explicit photos and videos of children on a .ストア site. Where can I report that?

We cannot make decisions about what constitutes child sexual exploitation. If you are in the United States, please submit a report of sexually explicit material involving children to the CyberTipline at www.missingkids.org/cybertipline. If you are not located in the United States, please visit www.InHope.Org and click “make a report.” Once the proper agency in your country checks the image you provided, it will forward a notice to the web host or to us for action.

I want to report images of sexual or physical abuse that are not against children.

If the images do not involve children, but you believe a crime was or is being committed, please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Content


How do I report copyright infringement?

If you would like to make a claim of copyright infringement on a website using a .ストア domain name, please contact the registrant directly. If your claim is about your copyrighted material on nic.ストア or another Amazon Registry Services page, or about a website hosted by Amazon Registry Services, then please follow the procedure on this page.

Someone registered a domain name in the .ストア TLD that incorporates my brand or business name.

If someone registered a domain name that you believe violates your rights, you may want to review some dispute resolution options available to you: www.icann.org/compliance/complaint.

Someone is using a .ストア website to bully, harass, stalk, or terrorize me or my family. Where can I get help?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. Amazon Law Enforcement Guidelines

Someone has set up a .ストア website to sell illegal prescription drugs. Can you take this down?

Please contact your local, state, or federal law enforcement for immediate or emergency assistance. If you represent a pharmaceutical company, and have a court order, please follow our Law Enforcement Guidelines.

Registrar abuse


I am trying to transfer my domain name to a new registrant or a new registrar and my registrar is being unresponsive.

If your registrar is ignoring your repeated attempts to transfer or move your domain name, you can report the registrar to ICANN, the body that regulates domain name registrars. See www.icann.org/compliance/complaint for information on various transfer problems.

Who is my registrar?

The registrar is the entity from whom you bought your domain name. The registrar of a domain name is listed on the Whois record which is available at www.nic.ストア.

Registrar resources

Where can I view premium names?

We will provide a list of premium names to eligible registrars before General Availability for that TLD.

Do you have a launch calendar?

We post important dates (such as launches), when those dates are available, on the NIC pages of our TLDs. Locate them at www.nic.[TLD] or click here for a complete list of TLDs scheduled for launch.

Which Amazon TLDs are open for registration?

Click here.

Who operates your registry backend?

Neustar is the backend registry operator for all eight Amazon TLDs currently scheduled for release.

We are interested in selling domains in a specific Amazon Registry TLD. Where can I find more information?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com and an account manager will respond to your inquiry.

Will domain names be available for registration on a first-come, first-serve basis?

We post our registration policies, including the mechanisms for allocating domain names, on the NIC page for that TLD (www.nic.[TLD]).

In what time zone are your calendar times listed in?

All time zones are UTC unless specified otherwise. In some cases, we may use Z/Zulu time, which is equivalent to UTC time.

What is the NIC site for each TLD?

Our NIC pages are available at www.nic.[TLD].

Where can I find your technical documentation and policies?

You should have received technical documentation during your onboarding process. If you did not receive it, or need another copy, contact your account manager, or send an email to amazon-registry-service@amazon.com. We would be happy to send you another copy.

What's your character limit for second level domains?

Our character limit for second level domains is between 1 and 63 characters.

What IDNs are available at the second level in Amazon Registry TLDs?

Please refer to the Registry Agreement for the particular TLD in question. ICANN posts Registry Agreements here.

Can we sign our registrar agreement or other agreements using Docusign?

No, not at this time.

Can you provide us more details on the launch?

We post the launch schedule on the TLD’s NIC page after ICANN approves the launch documents.

Site builder subscription

What is site builder service?

The Amazon Registry site builder service is a suite of website-building tools consisting of a selection of website templates, site hosting, and storage. The templates include access to a database of licensed images, illustrations, or photographs (“Images”) to use as you create and maintain your website.

How do I use the site builder service?

The site builder service is very intuitive, however, to learn about specific features please read the site builder user guide.

What can I do with my 14-day site builder trial?

Amazon Registry offers a free 14-day trial period to try the site builder service as part of the domain purchase checkout experience. During the trial period, you may use the site builder service tools to build your website, but you cannot publish your website. You must upgrade to a paid monthly subscription of the site builder service to publish your website.

How do I upgrade my site builder subscription?

You can upgrade the site builder service to a paid monthly subscription by using one of the following options:

  • From within the site builder service:
    1. Click on “Publish”
    2. Follow the instructions to purchase a monthly subscription.
  • From within “Manage Your Subscriptions”:
    1. Click “Upgrade Subscription”
    2. Follow the instructions to purchase a monthly subscription

How do I manage my site builder service subscription?

You can view and manage your site builder service subscription from “Manage Your Subscriptions” in your account. Manage Your Subscriptions includes a list of all your domain and site builder subscriptions and their renewal dates. Select View or Edit Subscription to see all available options:

  • Billing Information: Select Change next to your payment method to change the billing information for your subscription. You can switch to any payment method saved to your Amazon account.
  • Auto-renew: Use the Auto-renew On/Off option to stop the recurring charge for your subscription before the renewal date. For more information, see ‘How can I turn auto-renew on/off,’ below.
  • End Subscription: Select Cancel Subscription to end the subscription. For more information, go to How can I end my site builder subscription.

How can I turn auto-renew on/off?

You can turn auto-renew ON/OFF at any time from Manage Your Subscriptions in Your Account.

  • To Turn Auto-renewal OFF:
    1. Go to Manage Your Subscriptions
    2. Select View or Edit Subscription
    3. Select View or Edit Subscription
    4. Use the auto-renew on/off option to turn auto renew OFF
      Note, if you fail to pay for the renewal, your subscription will end. This action cannot be undone. After you end your subscription, you will not be able to restart or create a site builder subscription for that domain purchase.
  • To Turn Auto-renewal ON:
    1. Go to Manage Your Subscriptions
    2. Select View or Edit Subscription
    3. Select View or Edit Subscription
    4. Use the auto-renew on/off option to turn auto renew ON

How can I end my subscription?

You can end your site builder subscription at any time from Manage Your Subscriptions in Your Account. To end a subscription you purchased using Amazon Registry:

  1. Go to Manage Your Subscriptions
  2. Select View or Edit Subscription
  3. Select the End Subscription option and confirm

Once you end your subscription, the renewal date in your subscription details becomes the end date. You’ll no longer be charged for the subscription, but can continue to access it until this date. Note: This action cannot be undone. After you end your subscription, you will not be able to restart or create a site builder subscription for that domain purchase. You will also be unable to retrieve any content you created or uploaded.

I accidentally ended my subscription. How can I restart my subscription?

Once you end your subscription, the action cannot be undone. After you end your subscription, you cannot restart/create a site builder subscription for that domain purchase. You’ll no longer be charged for the subscription, but can continue to access it until the end of your current billing period (renewal date).

How do I get a refund for my subscription?

We do not offer any refunds if you end your subscription. However, once you end your subscription you will still have access to the subscription through the end of your current paid billing period (renewal date).

I want to add site builder to previously purchased domain name. How do I do that?

Site builder subscription is currently exclusively available as part of the domain purchase at checkout. In order to subscribe to site builder, you will need to purchase a new domain. You cannot add a site builder subscription to your existing domain-only purchase.

I am an existing customer of the free site builder service. Can I upgrade to a site builder service subscription?

We do not support upgrading from the free site builder service to a paid site builder service subscription at this time. Site builder subscription is currently exclusively available as part of a new domain purchase at checkout.

I still need help. How can I contact you?

Please email amazon-registry-service@amazon.com with any additional questions. Please allow 1 business day for a response. Thank you.

Site builder user guide

The User Guide for site builder can be found here.


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