Cybercrime Detection Policy


At Kwikaweb (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”), our priority is to make sure that the domains registered and hosted on our platform, (hereinafter referred to as “the Platform”) are not employed for deceitful purposes.

This policy outlines the mechanisms established by the Company to deter the hosting of dubious and deceitful domains and the procedures we use to identify such domains.

This policy also sets forth how complainants can address issues regarding fraud or any other illicit allegations concerning domains hosted on our Platform.


This policy applies to every employee of the Company, visitors, Platform users, registered clients (Registrants), and complainants.

Definition of a Fraudulent Domain

A fraudulent domain refers to any domain name that is used to commit fraud or any other type of cybercrime.

Fraudulent domains can include, but are not limited to, those used for identity theft and impersonation, cyberterrorism, counterfeiting, advance fee fraud, other computer-related fraud, and domains that bear resemblance to those of a bank or any well-known financial institution.

The Company does not register or host fraudulent domains and should any such domains be accidentally registered or hosted, they are immediately suspended once detected by the Company’s Abuse team.

Fraud Prevention and Detection

The Abuse team conducts weekly routine checks of all registered domains to identify any suspicious or fraudulent domains. If any such domain is discovered, the Abuse team reaches out to the Registrant to request information about the Registrant’s business nature and the domain’s intended use.

If the Registrant provides the requested information and the Abuse team can confirm that the domain or service is utilized for a lawful purpose, the domain or service will not be suspended. If the Registrant fails to provide the requested information within a 7 working day period or prove that the domain or service is not being used for illegal activities, the domain or service will be suspended.


If there is any suspicion that a domain or service is being used for fraudulent purposes, an email should be sent to

Upon receipt of a complaint, the Abuse team will assess the complaint, notify the Registrant, and suspend the domain or service if required.

The Company can only disclose a Registrant’s contact information to the complainant if there is a court or law enforcement order to release such information. The Company will comply with any such order.

At its discretion and after assessing the complaint’s nature, the Company may submit a formal complaint to a law enforcement agency for a thorough investigation of the alleged fraud or crime.

Contact Information

To report any fraudulent activities for any Domain name registered or hosted on our platform, reach out to us via

Note that this cybercrime detection policy is subject to change at any time.