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Thread: GoDaddy Messes Up Big Time.

  1. Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    GoDaddy's current price for a .com is $11.99. Even with a 30% off coupon the price is $8.39, which is the same as NameSilo's regular price--and the GoDaddy price does not include privacy protection. At one time GoDaddy offered free Privacy for the first registration cycle if you registered 5 or more domains, but I don't see that on their site any more.
    I just renewed another bunch and a .com renewal costs $8.13 (including the Icann fee) with the cjc795dom coupon code. The gap is even bigger on the other extensions, so it's a no go for me.

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    So what happened? How many people here moved from GoDaddy or it was just temporary jibberish and people decided to stick with GD, save money, and screw elephants?

  3. #33
    but that didn't have any effect on their services, did it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    So what happened? How many people here moved from GoDaddy or it was just temporary jibberish and people decided to stick with GD, save money, and screw elephants?
    It doesn't make sense to move to another registrar. Who knows what other guys are doing behind the screens. There's no ethical seal slapped on any of these businesses.

    I guess i will stay focused on expanding my business regardless and make room for charity during the process.

    IMO

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