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Thread: Does anyone have experience with crazy Register.com - $38 per renewal :-O

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    shoeb000 is offline Dentist Web-Master
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    @nux: ohh very true, i should have added, this is just my opinion, which differs from person to person. nevermind.

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    I wouldn't necessarily choose Godaddy at this point, there are other registrars out there. I have a bunch of domains still over at Dotster, and I have never had an issue.

    In any case, you need to know that you can transfer your domain(s) to another registrar. You'll have to pay for another year, though.
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    yeah register.com and netsol were among the first and the biggest registrar back in the time when there was not much competition and registration and renewal prices were $50-100. They still like to act like it, but times have changed so get your domains out

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    Register.com will try to force you to stay with them when you try to transfer...

    You have to CALL them and beg for your auth code - they are total wankers!

    Namecheap is my preferred registrar, I have a ton of domains still with Mydomain.com but they are more expensive than namecheap.com

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