I don't find myself on SU very often, so I'll outright apologise for coming in and 'causing trouble' but this question caught my eye on the sidebar:
Unsurprisingly it had long since been answered, but I was particularly surprised at the numerous accusations of spam and falsifying results that were directed at the user.
It seems to me that the OP did exactly the right thing by posting the domain they were having issues with. While in this case it didn't matter, because the issue was his DNS provider hijacking the results, it's not hard to imagine how much easier it is to help fix a DNS issue when you can run your own diagnostics.
I'm actually surprised at the encouragement to use different domains such as example.com - while these are great for documentation, generic examples (Hence the name...) or for when the name is otherwise incidental to the question I don't think it's great practice when the DNS name is material.
Of course, I understand some people (including myself) will always want to keep things anonymous - but that's a matter for the OP, on the understanding that it can make troubleshooting more difficult.