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||Tue, September 11, 2001 at 1:31 AM GMT
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||If you have registered a bid with eNom, be sure to check their e-mail
sent today. |
Their website says -- "You commit to pay
the registration fee if we are able to register the name on your behalf. You specify
the registration fee and we will make our best attempt to submit the queue to the
registry as soon as the registry begins accepting registrations in the order based
on the fee."
Also see: http://www.enom.com/tlds/NewTLDPricing.asp that lists registration
fee for .info as "bid."
Sounds to me like if you make a successful bid, that is
the registration fee.
However, today I received an e-mail from them which says
that you pay your bid for the first year registration and the "regular price" (?)
for the second year.
I may have misunderstood, but in my view this was a
substantive change (more than doubling most of the registration fees) and I cancelled
my bids with eNom today.
I am not saying that you should do the same, but you should
read their e-mail carefully.
- If you have registered a bid with eNom, be sure to check their e-mail DomeBase, September 11 @ 1:31 AM (1/1)