Who's details are in the WHOIS database, or should I say who's details were in the WHOIS database before this issue?
If eNom was the domain name registrar they will assist you if your details were, at some point, listed in the domain names WHOIS. If your details were never listed they will not help you, you will have to get your friend to contact eNom regarding the issue. You may have to provide proof to eNom that both you and your friend paid for the domain. An invoice or credit card statement may be useful.
As a VERY last resort you can contact ICANN, the organization the regulates the domain name registrar's. But try to sort out the issue with eNom first.
The current WHOIS details are those registered above.
Yes both my name and that of my friend have been listed in the WHOIS in the past.
Yes I also have proof that we have paid for the domain (twice) this year. The invoice I received when I paid for the domain on my account and also the invoice that my friend received for a transaction on his card.
"Thank you for your report. We're sorry that you have experienced trouble with your domain registration. We have sent your problem report to ICANN, which will forward it to your registrar. We hope you will be able to resolve the matter to your satisfaction."
They have had their chance. Thanks for the help so far InstantPH, I'll keep you informed.
enom is not great when it comes to helping with such scenario's but again i dont know anyone else who is helpful either in such situations....
Good luck, I am sure you will get the domain back if you persist.. Its 7 year old valuable real estate so keep trying.