Re: [ga] VeriSign Proposal a Done Deal??
Patrick and all assembly members,
I think they call this method of profiteering, bilking...
Patrick Corliss wrote:
> On Sat, 05 Jan 2002 23:17:05 -0800, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:
> > Actually, what is happening is that Verisign is
> > effectively trying to sell a domain name TWICE.
> Why only twice? What about others in the queue?
> In fact, there's nothing to stop VeriSign selling the
> same domain umpteen times.
> > First,
> > there's the original registration and now this proposal
> > (if effected) will amount to the RESALE of any given
> > already registered domain name with absolutely NO
> > guarantees whatsoever that the second registrant will ever
> > get anything for their money. Isn't this akin to a
> > LOTTERY? If you're lucky you will "win" the registration,
> > if not you will lose your $40... in both cases there's
> > really only one true beneficiary: VERISIGN! Forgive me
> > for saying so, but this so called "proposal" is a load of
> > horseshit! It's another lottery schema in disguise.
> That, Sotiris, is hitting the nail squarely on the head !!
> It is a money making proposal pure and simple.
> Best regards
> Patrick Corliss
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