[comments-deletes] Fw: consumer gouging
Mind you, there was no "public" warning to any domain name holder that
failing to renew their domain name that they risk this fee to get their
domain name back if they did not renew on time.
I don't know about you, but this looks like a good CLA against ICANN and
registers that fraud their customers this fee.
Here are more links for you to review, please someone from your firm contact
me, this CLA could be HUGE!
Bulkregister normally charges $10 per year for domain name registration,
for a person to get their domain name back from them, they would have
to pay $150, or 1500% of the retail price of the domain name registration.
I WILL BE CONTACTING MY REPRESENTATIVES!
L. James Prevo
President - The Prevo Network
"The Place Where We Unlock Your Doors to the Net!"
----- Original Message -----
From: "L. James Prevo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: <>; <>
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2003 1:48 AM
Subject: consumer gouging
I wish you firm would look into this issue.
This is the worst case of consumer gouging I have ever seen in my life.
Even your law firm is effected. How?
You domain name, lieffcabraser.com, according to whois records, it expires
on Aug. 23rd, 2006
If that time comes around and you forget to renew your domain name on time,
for the market price of $35 per year, you will be subject, if the policy is
in place then, to a fee of up to $200
I for one think that this is flat out consumer fraud.
This effects every signle domain name holder.
Please read these links and please someone, please reply back to me.
The agency responsible for this is Icann itself, Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers