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No Contact Information for DeFi Platforms

Here’s a thought: Run a WHOIS on the domain you are thinking of investing in. If there is NO contact information, or the registration is PRIVATE, that should be a red flag.

Think about [Merlinlab.com](https://Merlinlab.com). Run a WHOIS on them using this site: [https://lookup.icann.org/lookup](https://lookup.icann.org/lookup)

See how their registration is private, and their site was registered by a company, [DomainsByProxy.com](https://DomainsByProxy.com), whose job it is to make sure you cannot ever know who is running that domain.

Now, do you STILL want to put your money into that site? Think about it.

What do you think?

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  1. I did a little checking into this and pretty much every defi exchange does this. I imagine it has something more to do with security then being a red flag for a scam, otherwise almost every platform is a scam and I find that highly doubtful.

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