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I added the sale prefix to the topic

It's a nice sale for 10 domains, it represents about a $70 savings over the average $10.99 price.
 
I registered 10, if I don't sell at least one I'll drop them next year.
 
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account activation needs some doc. proof, its safe.
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can non ca person purchase .ca name @rebel
 
account activation needs some doc. proof, its safe.
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can non ca person purchase .ca name @rebel

If you don't meet the Canadian presence requirements set by CIRA.ca then no you can't (or are not supposed to). See here: Canadian Presence Requirements for Registrants

Non-Canadians will still try by inputting false information as their whois info, and I'm sure some get away with it, but the answer is you're not supposed to and CIRA may come knocking eventually.

Rebel does have that additional identification step you're seeing too but I think that's required for anyone opening an account there, regardless of what you might be purchasing. I'm not sure how much action registrars (like Rebel) take-on themselves to ensure you actually meet the requirements, as I believe that's CIRA's responsibility, but maybe Rebel would flag you as well for not meeting the presence requirements (but I'm not sure).
 
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If you don't meet the Canadian presence requirements set by CIRA.ca then no you can't (or are not supposed to). See here: Canadian Presence Requirements for Registrants

Non-Canadians will still try by inputting false information as their whois info, and I'm sure some get away with it, but the answer is you're not supposed to and CIRA may come knocking eventually.

Rebel does have that additional identification step you're seeing too but I think that's required for anyone opening an account there, regardless of what you might be purchasing. I'm not sure how much action registrars (like Rebel) take-on themselves to ensure you actually meet the requirements, as I believe that's CIRA's responsibility, but maybe Rebel would flag you as well for not meeting the presence requirements (but I'm not sure).

Personally, I think its a complete failure on CIRA's part to not require registrars to verify customer's data. Fraud prevention starts at KYC, know your customer. I've been a long time proponent of the CPR when other domainers wish it were open. However, if CIRA only half-assedly enforces the rule, then what is the point of the rule?
 
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