Report Abuse

ZenRegistry is committed to the advancement and expansion of the Internet by proactively investigating complaints of abuse and illegal activity of any of ZenRegistry’s customers. Our security and abuse process is simple and aims to respond to all complaints within a reasonable time-frame.

1. How to File a Complaint or Report Abuse

Reporting into one of three categories: Complaints, Abuse, or Authorities. Please provide your Name, Address, Telephone number, Email and Description of the issue, including Domain name(s) to the respective contact below.

Complaints/ Abuse

Email: compliance@zenregistry.com

Tel: +91 22406 111 55

Mail: Complaint/ Abuse Department

Authorities

Law enforcement, consumer protection, quasi-governmental or other similar authorities. These reports must also include organization name, phone number to the organization’s head or regional office, address of the organization and the jurisdiction of the organization in order to verify the validity of the organizations authority.

Email: compliance@zenregistry.com

Tel: +91 22406 111 66

Mail: Abuse Department

2. Report Processing

All reported complaints and abuses will be acknowledged through email by our support staff within 48 hours. Our goal is to resolve any single complaint or abuse item within ten (10) business days. If more time is required to resolve an issue, our support staff will inform you of the expected time-frame to resolution. Authorities reporting abuse must first have their provided credentials verified. Upon successful verification, a response will be made to the authorities by the most fitting to-the-case individual from the ZenRegistry support team. Resolution of reported abuse by the authorities will depend on the scope and complexity of the investigation required.

3. Reopening or Appealing Responses

Responses to reported complaints and abuses that are resolved in a satisfactory manner will be closed within 48 hours of a non-response from the complainant. If the response is not satisfactory, simply respond with additional information or detail that will allow for further investigation of the issue.