ICANN / VERISIGN
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- Subject: ICANN / VERISIGN
- From: "Cath" <cath@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 08:37:58 -0000
I am very dissatisfied with the terms of the new agreement, as much as
we currently only handle just over 70 .com domains for clients, the
impact long term gives an over pricing policy on International Domains.
Because many companies have to effectively purchase similar names to
their own (due to fraudulent practice) this new agreement will
effectively increase the problems and yet it will effectively release
Verisign from having to improve their systems and will allow Verisign to
cut the number of accredited registrars by increasing payments whilst
negotiating more lucrative direct payments giving them extra profits.
How can one company demand and get such preferential terms. No company
has such an opportunity for price hiking normally due to competition,
this is in practice giving them a free rein and jackpot finances
Please re think this agreement!
Trading from the UK for 5 years