Regular domain names have a simple form – domain.tld where the domain is usually a company name or product and tld (top level domain) is organizational or geographic information. Many domain names are registered using Latin letters from the English alphabet. But in other countries that have different languages and/or alphabets, people can register their domains in their native languages. What is not normal, is to use letters in one alphabet to impersonate another.
This checker allows you to input your domain and TLD in English so we can check for you if there are existing or possible impersonations. If there is already an impersonation, additional information may be available from WHOIS data.