INFINIUM IT LIMITED 

 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF UK DOMAINS

These Terms are to be read in conjunction with our General Provisions for the Supply of Services.  Unless the context otherwise requires initially capitalised terms used herein shall have the same meaning as when used in our General Provisions.

Agreement to Nominet’s Terms and Conditions

When you search and or register a domain name with Infinium, you are obliged to familiarise yourself with and agree to the terms and conditions that Nominet set out for domain registration, taking note of within those terms of the DRS Policy and DRS Procedure.  When registering a domain you will be asked to confirm that you have read and understood these terms and any obligation and agreement you are making when registering a UK domain, a link to which is here Nominet’s Terms and Conditions

https://www.nominet.uk/go/terms

Registrant Data Quality Compliance Terms

When registering a UK domain through Infinium, the data you use to create an account, will be used to match your billing data provided, and the data used to register any subsequent domains, furthermore, the data provided can not be changed once created without the permission and intervention of Infinium.  You agree to supply us with a verifiable registrant name and address and agree to liase with Infinium to correct any mistakes, and supply proof when required to do so to help Infinium validate your data.  Should you have made a mistake, please send your corrected address details and one of these proofs, For individuals; Driving Licence, Valid ID for non UK residents (for .uk a verifiable UK service address must be used), HMRC Tax Notification(dated last 3 months), Utility Bill (dated last 3 months), Bank Statement (dated last 3 months).  For Businesses; Bank Statement (dated last 3 months), HMRC Tax Notification (dated last 3 months), Utility Bill (dated last 3 months), Company letterhead, Official Company Stamp/Seal.  You can email support@infinium.co.uk and we will endeavour to correct it as soon as possible.  We reserve the right should we not be able to verify your given details to use third party resources such as the electoral role and for businesses, to check with companies house or business directories to enable us to correctly and quickly verify your registrant data.

Data quality is at the heart of what we do at Infinium, this contributes to the security of the UK namespace, and allows the relevant authorities to act quickly to protect the public should they need to.  Should we not be able to validate any data that we feel needs secondary examination, we will after 30 days of trying place a Registrar Data Quality Lock on the domain contact, this will suspend the domain and any other domains associated to the contact.  In the event of Nominet contacting us regarding invalid data, we will immediately place a Data Quality Lock on the domain or domain contact.  Infinium reserves the right when data validation has failed to delete the contact and all domains associated in line with Nomninet’s terms of use and data policy.

Abuse

Infinium do not allow the registration through its services of any domain that is done so with the sole intent of causing another person or body harm, be that threatening, offensive, illegal or trademark infringing.  Should you breach these terms or violate any of Nominet’s terms, you agree for Infinium to lock at their discretion any said domain, and if needed report serious abuse to Nominet and the relevant authorities.  Should Infinium receive information with suspected abuse, we will endeavour to contact you to discuss the matter and resolve any abuse complaint that we receive.  Should you have any questions about a domain you wish to register, please contact us via the contact form on our web site.  In the first instance any abuse complaint should be emailed to support@infinium.co.uk

Resellers

It is the responsibility of Infinium’s resellers to ensure that the end client has been made aware of Nominet’s terms and conditions where applicable.