Re: [ga] WLS Suggestion
Yep. Let's find a way to improve the gross from $6 to $24. It's not
as good as the good-ole-days for $35 or $50, but it is one heck of a
lot better for the bottom line than $6.
So what, if all other competition is stifled. Monopolies know how to
to do that . . .
Thursday, August 22, 2002, 4:51:31 PM, Kristy McKee <email@example.com> wrote:
KM> What concerns me about the proposed WLS solution is not knowing what my
KM> chances are for securing the WLS position for all our company and client
KM> domains, especially the more popular ones.
KM> If this WLS process must be implemented, why not offer the Domain Name
KM> Registrant the "opportunity" to pay more money per year to ensure that they
KM> also have claim to their domain(s) within the WLS database.
KM> Perhaps everyone Current Registrant should automatically be entered as the
KM> WLS Registrant for free for the first year.
KM> The System (Registry/Registrar) could charge a annual "Insurance Renewal
KM> Fee" that more closely reflects the cost of the service on an opt-in basis
KM> which graciously allows the current registrant the option to renew prior to
KM> or at re-registration time.
KM> In the instance where a domain name Registrant chose not to use the
KM> Insurance the domain name would then be made available to the WLS database
KM> and applicants could more reasonably be charged a higher fee to Register to
KM> be the Registrar of the domain name at the WLS level.
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