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IP Domain registrant

Sorry for not beeing absolutely sure if this is the right forum to put my request, but as it deals about fraud, and the physical person behind a domain or IP I just take this one. It comes like this.

hm may someone can help me to find out, who the hell registered a domain, a very specific one, that is more than annoying, it comes along with some help from a huge bank, it tells people like my wife that this title is based or down by law, and on the providers-service I can see, there are 271 domains registered to this very specific IP. It is not about malicious code or a botnet, it is about making money for nothing or quite a profit telling to be an official entity based on a certain law.
After running nmap, tracerout, whois and more, I just got the information about the provider or hoster of this domain. - Ac Eb

trying this tells me to get the whole report for just 50 bucks. Is there a better way to find out who is behind that fraud of this specific domain? I would just like to get the maintainer, programmer or registrar for that. The way back archive did not help either.
Any help or clues are welcomed, thanks in advance.
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Net::NBName::NodeStatus::RR(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			  Net::NBName::NodeStatus::RR(3pm)

Net::NBName::NodeStatus::RR - NetBIOS Node Status Response Resource Record
Net::NBName::NodeStatus::RR represents a name table entry returned as part of a NetBIOS node status response.
$rr->name Returns the registered name (a string of up to 15 characters). $rr->suffix The suffix of the registered name (the 16th character of the registered name). Some common suffixes include: 0x00 Redirector 0x00 Domain (Group) 0x03 Messenger 0x1B Domain Master Browser 0x1C Domain Controllers (Special Group) 0x1D Master Browser 0x1E Browser Elections (Group) 0x20 Server $rr->G Group flag. Indicates whether the name is a unique or a group name. It is returned as a string: either "UNIQUE" or "GROUP" will be returned. For example, the following name types are UNIQUE: 0x00 Redirector 0x03 Messenger 0x1B Domain Master Browser 0x1D Master Browser 0x20 Server And the following name types are GROUP: 0x00 Domain (Group) 0x1C Domain Controllers (Special Group) 0x1E Browser Elections (Group) $rr->ONT Owner Node Type flag. Indicates if the systems are B, P, H, or M-node. It will be returned as a string. $rr->DRG Deregistering flag. "Deregistering" will be returned if the name is not currently registered. $rr->ACT Active flag. $rr->CNF Conflict flag. $rr->PRM Permanent flag. $rr->as_string Returns the object's string representation.
Net::NBName, Net::NBName::NodeStatus
Copyright (c) 2002, 2003, 2004 James Macfarlane. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.8.8 2006-06-25 Net::NBName::NodeStatus::RR(3pm)

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