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||Tue, September 4, 2001 at 12:31 AM GMT
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||Name Transfer Blockage. Why no legal proceedings?
I see hundreds of postings about the deplorable methods NSI and other registrars
are practising by not transfering domain names. Has anyone attempted legal proceedings
against NSI and Register.com? I have seen many proceedings whereby one lawyer will
prosecute for a body of people. Has this ever been attempted? What I cannot understand
is how NSI or any other registrar has any right to withold a domain name for ANY
excuse. If you buy a toaster from K-Mart and do not pay off your credit card, K-Mart
cannot turn around and tell you, that you cannot use your toaster. If you buy a car
and dont make the loan payments, The Car dealer does not tell you, you cannot drive
your car. Instead a Governing agency steps in and repose's the car. NSI is illegally
hindering other business's with their high handed practises. I see tons of complaints,
and Icann is doing nothing at all. These are the worst case scenarios I meantion.
Thousands of other people DO fill out every form and are in good standing on their
NSI bill and still the transfer is blocked.|
You may wonder why I have not sued
NSI. I suppose for the same reaon as the rest of you. I am a tiny fly on the wall
company compared to NSI. I instead suggest some form of group lawsuit against them.
Is something like that even possible? I am no lawyer and know nothing about legal
- Name Transfer Blockage. Why no legal proceedings? Stampee, September 4 @ 12:31 AM (0/0)