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Positive
04-01-2005, 21:38 PM
I think OnlineNic is worst registrar :(

AndyM3
05-04-2005, 20:26 PM
I think Enom is, their prices are ridiculous, not only on domains, but other things as well.

hostoly
05-06-2005, 10:40 AM
Godday for me !

asianinvasion
05-10-2005, 23:10 PM
I think Enom is, their prices are ridiculous, not only on domains, but other things as well.
You could always get a reseller or retail account and get domains for about ~$8, depending on the reseller you sign up with...

MangoWebs
05-13-2005, 08:16 AM
eNom is the worst

Underwater_demon
05-14-2007, 08:47 AM
i think worst registar i ever heard or sawo is freewebs ......... they want 30$ for domain name . so i dont like it :(((

lb007
05-15-2007, 05:59 AM
Godday for me !

Me too,Godday is my first domain register, I can use it easy.Ithink it`s good! :)

htmlindex
05-15-2007, 07:56 AM
I think OnlineNic is worst registrar :(

Um, nobody heard of Registryfly before? :eek:

Don't you think they're the worst?

ElleEscortsLondon
05-16-2007, 12:47 PM
123-Reg - the absolute pits!

But you knew I was going to say that ;)

talkie
05-16-2007, 18:54 PM
Registerfly wins by far. I am shocked you do not know them.
1and1 is also a pain.
Yahoo too, but they are just resellers.
123reg is also bad for me too.

I do not know what you have with Enom, they have easy interface, good services, and decent customer support.

I do not like at Godaddy their promotions, and their interface. And the 60 days rule, during which you cannot transfer out domains.

I prefer Moniker. Nothing with them.

Guys, I saw you all sticked with the prices. But price does not matter. Look at RegisterFly, they had very good prices, but without good customer support it is worth 0. Now people almost commited suicide because of them. You pay for the domain but they do not register it, while they charge you (now that is the worst registrar).

Alex

htmlindex
05-17-2007, 07:51 AM
Yahoo too, but they are just resellers.


Which company is Yahoo a reseller of?

talkie
05-17-2007, 08:42 AM
As far as I know Melbourne IT. I know that they are not ICANN accredited for sure.
Just searched the net, and confirmed .. Melbourne IT, but stay away from Yahoo, it is a mess to transfer out from there.. a friend of mine had the problem.

Alex

htmlindex
05-18-2007, 07:17 AM
Yeah, I wouldn't try to register names with Yahoo. Heard a lot of bad things about them as well

Positive
05-21-2007, 00:50 AM
That was an old thread, thats why no one mentioned RegisterFly. They used to be good before but not anymore. I have transfered out most of my names from there. And about my opening post, I regret it because OnlineNic is getting better day by day but they need to improve their control panel.

talvehtia
05-21-2007, 08:11 AM
Yeah I agree with Positive. RegisterFly caused lots of problems to us. Everything was working perfectly but one day something happened and Registerfly collapsed. So I think they are the worst one for me.

puffin
05-22-2007, 23:37 PM
Well When RegisterFly was used to be a reseller for enom everything was fine but when they had become a registrar all hell started breaking out.

srinet
05-24-2007, 12:41 PM
i think yahoo.
They do not allow to transfer domain name form out for yahoo and 2nd Year renew rate is $9.95
thanks

srinet
05-24-2007, 13:10 PM
i think yahoo.
They do not allow to transfer domain name form out for yahoo and 2nd Year renew rate is $9.95
thanks

cashtaker
06-02-2007, 22:38 PM
i think yahoo.
They do not allow to transfer domain name form out for yahoo and 2nd Year renew rate is $9.95
thanks

Is that, I haven't heard about this. But, this is really bad and how they can force the customers to stay with them. And, their renewal rate are to high. No one wants buy with Yahoo.

lovelylovely
06-12-2007, 01:35 AM
regfly sucks big time

but positive may i know why u think onlinenic is worst
just there interface is boring else they are reliable registrar with good customer support

puffin
06-12-2007, 14:07 PM
regfly sucks big time


I think , life will be easer for regfly users since Godaddy is going to take over the user base of regfly