Beware of F2W (Fight to Win)-Trylnk
Most of the time, if you do our searches on who owns Trylnk.com, you’ll have a chance to find out who it really is.
Usually personal information including name, home address, phone number and email contact.
It all depends on the domain owner and whether they have allowed it or not.
You will also find interesting technical information about the domain, such as the registration date, as well as when the registration was renewed and how long the registration lasts.
In addition, you always have an idea of the NS (name server) that the domain is currently using.
The IP address is different. You can find more information about the owner of the IP address ranges here only if you specify the ISP or organization to which the IP address ranges are assigned.
As you probably know, privacy laws make it impossible to get accurate personal information about the owner of Trylnk.com without going to court.
Because in addition to the standard top-level extensions like .com, .org, .net, etc. .london, .miami, .online, .network, .tech, . There are many new domain extensions such as regions. .equipment. etc., if you are not getting the expected results with any type of domain extensions, please contact us through the contact form on our website.
Beware of F2W (Fight to Win) and betting platform TryLnk.com
I bet on some of the number one F2W events on TryLnk.com. I wanted to spend my money and realized that it was not done anywhere on the site. They have a “Withdraw Here” button that takes you around without a clear way to withdraw. I emailed F2W about this and received the following email;
We only accept payments in Bitcoin. Account must be opened within 30 days. Not more than 1500 per application (every 30 days)
When you’re ready, send the following text:
A clear picture of where you keep your ID
A scanned utility bill that matches the address on your ID
Account number (begins with LNK)
Payment amount (maximum 1500).
Bitcoin (BTC) wallet address.
*Your wallet address is permanent and will receive money even if a new address is created later. Transaction fees are based on the current network level. Usually 10-25.
It is not very complete and I would like to caution anyone thinking of contributing through them.