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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by 5starpix View Post
    I am just sticking with godaddy and name.com

    PS: Isn't Moniker really expensive?
    Let's see...

    $8.02 a year for dotcoms

    $6.64 a year for dotnets


    Yep, seems pretty expensive to me

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Techlady View Post
    I can safely say the worst registrar is Globat..that is if they still exist.
    Yes I agree, I will never recommend Globat to anyone.

    Currently I use namecheap, they are reliable and their control panel is reasonably easy to use, and I can keep funds in my account for quick purchases.

    I've tried GoDaddy and despise them, I also don't trust Google Apps for domain registration, they use one of two registrars, in my cae GoDaddy, but I never had full control over the domain because GoDaddy seemed to only offer a subset of their normal control panel which has been defined by Google to make the domain work with gmail/apps.

    In the past I've also used misk.com and found them to be exceptional, but I moved away from them because they don't offer privacy settings on domains and if you want full control over domain records (A, MX etc) you have to pay extra.

  3. #33
    Some sad news for me.

    I had a domain that I got for free for one year at Register.com. It was on auto renew. I was planning on letting it drop. However, yesterday I got billed $43.95 canadian dollars ($35 USD) through Paypal because it was on auto renew. I just hate that. I could have got a domain for like $8

  4. #34
    Uhh, that's bad man. However you learned a lesson, you won't put domains on Auto-Renew

  5. #35
    Yes. After this I went to all my domains and took off auto-renew. I usually don't forget to renew, so its okay.

  6. #36
    I keep domains on auto renew using a dead credit card.

    This way, even if they don't send me reminder notices, they sure as hell will send me a notice about the payment not being accepted, which I just count as my reminder notice.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Menard View Post
    I keep domains on auto renew using a dead credit card.

    This way, even if they don't send me reminder notices, they sure as hell will send me a notice about the payment not being accepted, which I just count as my reminder notice.
    Very creative; I like it!
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  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Menard View Post
    I keep domains on auto renew using a dead credit card.

    This way, even if they don't send me reminder notices, they sure as hell will send me a notice about the payment not being accepted, which I just count as my reminder notice.
    hmm any chance to loose domain on that way? interesting

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by Menard View Post
    I keep domains on auto renew using a dead credit card.

    This way, even if they don't send me reminder notices, they sure as hell will send me a notice about the payment not being accepted, which I just count as my reminder notice.
    That's a clever idea, still I prefer having a decent software managing my domains.

  10. #40
    Great
    How to get Dead credit cards LoL ?

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