I've not come upon much discussion here yet about domain privacy and have assumed that it's an absolute requirement. I'd be pretty nervous about gamblers, competitors or any of myriad bad 'uns having that kind of access to my personal details & whereabouts. I do have a limited company but it's a whole different brick n mortar business.
I've a great .co.uk domain name picked out but it looks like privacy is a no-no for trading sites on that TLD. I did read one post with a link to a domain registered with 123 - who.is/whois/css-tutorials.co.uk. - so it can be done if you don't make profit. (...by design, not by failure!
The .com is already taken but is parked so I'm not treading on anyone's turf. I'm not going to make an offer, it's not THAT good
I think it would be hard to justify slots and cards on a non commercial site You could hide the site and depending on how off-white your headgear is, you could probably use keyword interception / redirection in some cunning ploy ...if you had the skills or knew a man.
Is there any other, more legitimate workaround? or do you not use.co.uk much?