It said something about $10 renewal fee.
That's where it gets interesting LawTown. Domainzero used Enom as the registrar of these domains, and Enom has this 'register lock' feature which *normally* can be checked and unchecked by the domain owner in the CP. Well, it ain't there and register lock is on, so you do the math.Originally posted by LawTown Junky
i dont think there is any transfer fee on domainzero
Sorry, didn't notice the reply.Originally posted by Chicken
Where did it say you were agreeing to register the domain for two years?Originally posted by Ice
and to get a domain you have to reserve it for two years instead of the one year DomainZero covered...
As with anything, yes, they said you had the option but that was providing the idea worked which I don't think it did. Maybe it did as a paid registrar (remains to be seen), but not as a free one (at least that's what I think).
Heh, seems everytime I post/reply to one message tonight and start on another, I come back and one of my posts already has a reply.Originally posted by Ron Seigel
Ummm, it doesn't work that way any more. Used to be a new domain had to be registered for 2 years. Now though you can register anywhere from 1 to 10 years.
We are *that* good Quicker response times than email! Boards are often this way, (just don't expect it). Otherwise you start seeing people post a problem they have and then posting a second past a 1/2 hour later saying, "Well???". I'll *virtually* beat anyone I see doing that.Originally posted by Ice
Heh, seems everytime I post/reply to one message tonight and start on another, I come back and one of my posts already has a reply.