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||Sun, January 6, 2002 at 9:18 AM GMT
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||I would guess that in the corrupt culture of the domain business
overseen by the execs of ICANN, the performance of Registrars.com is thought pretty
They take your money, admit they f*cked up, then tell you that you
can't have your money back, but, you can have a "credit" for the amount they owe
you - if you are prepared to pay over-the-top mark-ups on their retail daomain prices.
than at times of special circumstances like those of new TLD launches, who on earth
other than a newbie would buy a domain through a company like Registrars.com or Versign,
when there are apparently reliable and very much cheaper companies such as RegisterFly
offering good service at a small fraction of the price of the companies mentioned
It's apparent that Registrars.com are operating a double sting and have
no fear of censure or penalty while the ICANN execs who brought us the Afilias.info
and Neulevel.biz fiascos remain in their positions of trust and authority.
as long as ICANN behaves like a corrupted registrars' club, the interests of the
broad Internet community will remain at risk and we will always be in danger of being
ripped-off as so many of us have been these past six months.
Looks to me that
those members of the US Congress who had and continue to have responsibility for
ICANN's administration of the DNS have a lot to answer for. I believe their
time is coming.
Viva la resistance!