I don't think you can do this, abuse reports usually go by IP delegations.
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Yes, it will definitely help. I own a picture service site and my VPS provider used to forward all the abuse/DMCA complaints to me and I decided to have my own abuse/DMCA section just in case my provider got sick of the e-mails. My provider used to forward about 3-5 complaints per month, but now I get about 1 complaint per month from my provider. It really does help. Just make sure you make it easy to find.
I make it so when someone sees a picture then can click on the DMCA button and file a complaint in about a minute or less. People like easy
If you check out TorServers' page they will tell you about providers who offer SWIP. If you think VPN abuse is bad, try running a Tor node. I did it for about 4 months until the abuse got to be unbearable and Media Sentry / CERT sending so much crap
Like mitgib pointed out, many people go after the parent company anyway. It'll look like a normal whois but at the bottom will have your contact information. I would recommend you have a functional website selling your services with a clear abuse contact / abuse form so it looks good in the eyes of your provider.
How about RWHOIS? I know it isn't the same as SWIP but SWIPing for a simple /32 would be annoying
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