Formerly DSTR ACQUISITION VII, LLC - this is changing.
 Anti-Spam Position
From DSTR's registration agreement
Re: accurate whois information:
5.4. Information updating and accuracy obligations. As a condition to continued registration of your domain, you must keep the Registration Information current, complete and accurate. You may access your Registration Information in Dotster, Inc.'s possession to review, modify or update such Registration Information, by accessing Dotster, Inc.'s domain manager service, or similar service, made available at our Web site. In accordance with ICANN policies, you acknowledge and agree that if you willfully provide inaccurate information or fail to update your Registration Information promptly will constitute a material breach of this Agreement and may result in the cancellation of your domain registration. You further agree that your failure to respond in less than ten (10) calendar days to inquiries by Dotster, Inc. concerning the accuracy of the Registration Information or immediately upon discovery of any willful inaccuracy (including i.e. phone number of 555-1212, 000-0000) associated with your domain registration shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement and will be sufficient basis for cancellation of your domain registration.
11 Unsolicited email prohibited; consequences of sending unsolicited email: 11.1. Unsolicited email prohibited. You are strictly prohibited from mass-mailing unwanted email advertisements or solicitations of any type (e.g. SPAM, UCE) (collectively, "Unsolicited Email"). Further, in conjunction with all state and federal laws (which you should be aware of and in compliance with when sending out any mail), Dotster, Inc. prohibits a person from sending out or conspiring with another to initiate the transmission of Unsolicited Email that: (a) uses a third party's internet domain without permission of the third party, (b) misrepresents or obscures any information in identifying the point of origin, IP address, or the transmission path of a commercial electronic mail message; (c) contains false or misleading information in the subject line or inappropriate/adult material (as determined by Dotster, Inc.) in the message body; (d) contains an ineffective opt-out procedure; or (e) uses an email list without knowledge of its source. Any user that is a sender of an email that is in violation of the rules in this agreement and/or any law or regulation is required to indemnify and hold Dotster, Inc. harmless due to the sender's act or omission in sending the email. 11.2. Right to Disable Account or Domain. If you send Unsolicited Email and/or are listed on a public database (i.e. SpamHaus), Dotster reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to immediately disable any domain or user account that allegedly sent such unsolicited email(s) in order to forestall further abuse or damage to email systems. Unsolicited Email sent from other networks that reference email accounts of domains registered by Dotster shall be considered to have originated from the account referenced, unless compelling reasons are provided to Dotster, such that Dotster believes that the Unsolicited Email originated with an unrelated third party. 11.3. Single complaint of Unsolicited Email. If Dotster, Inc. receives a complaint regarding Unsolicited Email, Dotster, Inc. will reasonably investigate the claim by, among other things, contacting the administrative contact and/or the account owner of the domain at the listed email address. If there is no response within five (5) days of our request, Dotster, Inc. will, in its discretion, take such action as it deems warranted to prevent further sending of Unsolicited Email, including but not limited to suspending and locking the domain. If the domain registrant wishes to reinstate the domain after a 'lock' is in place, it must apply to do so with Dotster, Inc., take such remedial measures as Dotster, Inc. may request, and Dotster, Inc. may unlock the account, in its sole discretion. For those domains approved to be unlocked, an administrative fee and a probationary period may also be imposed at Dotster, Inc.'s discretion. 11.4. Multiple complaints of Unsolicited Email. If Dotster, Inc. receives two or more complaints for two or more different domains within the same account related to Unsolicited Email, and there is no response to either or both requests for explanation, Dotster, Inc. may suspend and lock the domains in question and lock and disable the domains in the entire account. For those domains within the account that have not received an Unsolicited Email complaint, such domains may be permitted to be transferred to another registrar at the account owner/domain registrant's sole expense. However, the domains that have received Unsolicited Email complaints will remain locked and suspended, at Dotster, Inc.'s discretion. 11.5. Additional Unsolicited Email guidelines. Certain Dotster, Inc. services may have additional Unsolicited Email guidelines explaining appropriate conduct for those services. It is the user's responsibility to read and comply with each service's guidelines for additional details regarding Unsolicited Email. 11.6. Enforcement of Unsolicited Email policy. In addition to the above actions, violations of this Section 11 may result in legal action and/or a fine against you and the termination, without notice, of your account and/or anything associated with it, including, but not limited to, email accounts, posts, home pages, and profiles. Nothing in this policy is intended to grant any right to transmit email to or through Dotster, Inc. computer systems.
 Actual Behavior
DSTR will suspend spammed domains promptly, but requires reports to be submitted on their webform (see below).
 Blacklisted nameservers over a 5-day period
 Description of the Registrar
 Where to send abuse complaints
DSTR Acquisition PA I, LLC dba DomainBank.com (United States) http://www.domainbank.com Domain Bank, Inc. is an ICANN accredited domain name registrar founded in 1997 for the purpose of facilitating domain registrations for corporations and individuals all over the world. Our services include domain registration and domain portfolio management services for .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us, .aero, museum, and .coop. Chris Campbell Tel: +1 360-253-2210 Email: email@example.com
DSTR actually prefers to have reports submitted via webform rather than email:
 Additional Contact Information
 Postal address
P.O. Box 821066
Vancouver, WA 98682