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Username: GettingScrewed
Date/Time: Wed, November 14, 2001 at 1:05 PM GMT
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Subject: At This Point, New.net Is Screwing Themselves, And Their Customers

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Go ahead New.net, add a couple of dozen more "extensions".  Further dilute the value of the domain names sold to early customers. 

New.net made a HUGE mistake. That is, shafting their early customers, most of them speculators. 

Any registry should know by now, DON'T SHAFT THE SPECULATORS.  Speculators account for AT LEAST 30% of the domain name sales for any new "extension". 

If New.net is so frickin' wonderful, they don't even need to be in ICANN's root. 

IMO, they suck.  Who could really take them seriously now, with 79 "extentions"?   What a frickin' joke.

I'm with ICANN on this one.  New.net does more harm than good.

      
     

 


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