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Is there away to lookup all domains owned by a particular owner name?
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Question by:Greg Rowland
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Michael Dyer earned 167 total points
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This webiste lets you search a domain and then shows you the other domains owned by the same owner:  http://whoisology.com/
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http://whoisology.com/ only brings up one of the domains I own.  I have at least a dozen.
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http://whoisology.com/  said that one of the domain names associated with me didn't even exist.

I don't think you can look it up.  In fact there are companies that will register the domain name on your behalf and hid it.  So even though I may actually on the domain name, it may show up as being owned by GoDaddy, Tusows, iPage, or any number of other companies.
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