Have just received this for a recent domain registration - has the checking procedure changed? Dear xxxxxxx I have been made aware that you are opted out of our WHOIS service as a consumer. We have checked the details that we hold for you on our register database, and have also checked the website associated with your domain name. As a result of these checks we have found that you do not meet the criteria needed to opt out. A registrant can only opt out of having their address published on our WHOIS if they are a living individual who is not using their domain name in the course of a business, trade or profession, i.e. they are a consumer. All other types of registrants e.g. individuals using a domain name in the course of a trade (this includes the registration of domain names for monetisation purposes, e.g. pay per click etc), sole traders, partnerships, limited companies etc are required to display an address on the WHOIS. In this case, we believe that the registrant of the domain names as recorded on the register database (xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) is not the full legal name of a living individual. If you wish to continue to remain opted out of our WHOIS you will need to arrange for the registrant's name to be corrected or for the domain names to be transferred immediately to a non-trading individual and the business website will also need to be changed so that you do not advertise business activities using these domain name. If we do not hear from you, the opt out will be removed tomorrow and the address details that we hold for you will be published on the WHOIS. If you have any questions regarding this or wish to discuss the matter further, do let me know. Is this a standard email now?