Two months later Cocomo.com still has bogus whois information.
You would think that a brand management intellectual property company would enforce whois accuracy on its customers. But apparently not.
Two months ago I wrote about the sale of Cocomo.com for $33,000. The domain name had just been transferred to CSC (Corporation Service Company) with obviously bogus whois information:
I submitted a whois inaccuracy report to ICANN. I assumed the registrant information would be quickly updated. After all, we are talking about a brand protection company here. If a brand management company gets an email from ICANN saying one of their customers has false whois information, you’d think they’d act. But today I received an update notice asking me if the whois record had been updated.
It has not. The domain name is still registered to a Ms. Sue D Nym on Main Street in Anywhere, IL.
[Update: as John points out, the whois has been updated as of 12/16/11]