There appear to be identical ".net" and ".org" domains. Presumably one parked on the other. The first was registered on 10 August 2015, to this name and address:-
Registrant Name: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0140959613
Registrant Organization: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0140959613
Registrant Street: 96 Mowat Ave
Registrant City: Toronto
Registrant State/Province: ON
Registrant Postal Code: M6K 3M1
Registrant Country: CA
The ".org" one was registered around the same time in the OP's name. Following various chains I find a webcollect.org
(Open Bracket Ltd). That may be providing the ".org" domain registration and site builder, so that would explain the strange info above.
On another site there is:-
Having been greatly frustrated by the BT Roll Out of BT Infinity and the lack of any real method of representing our views we checked to see if there was a user group we could join to voice our concerns. To our surprise we found nothing to represent the views of everyday working people, students or retired people. There are user groups associated with individual suppliers, but nothing which covers the broad spectrum.
We're announcing the formation of an independent user group for the consumers of telecommunications within the United Kingdom. We will not be aligned with any supplier, industry group or political party. We'll be there to represent individuals and small businesses. Funding is by member subscriptions and not by sponsorship or government grant.
and on the OP's site:-
How do members help out?
We have a variety of memberships. A full member is expected to take an active part in our activities, to contribute their views and to support the campaigns organised by the User Group. You donít have to be a geek or a technician to achieve this, but be someone prepared to put forward your point of view while listening to the opinions of other members. We are looking for a sense of realistic common sense approach to representing public needs.
There are two types of full membership. A personal Full Membership, where the views you represent are purely your own as a consumer of telecommunications products. There is also a full business membership where an individual is representing his/her business in its experience of consuming telecommunications services. We are not seeking members who represent telecommunications providers.
Associate membership is for those individuals who want to track what is happening in the UKTUG, but donít want to take an active part in the discussions and campaigns.
I agree with you, I doubt if it will fly. Summarised, the aim is "... to first collect the members views, agree a common strategy, then empower UKTUG members in lobbying the suppliers, regulators and the Government"
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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