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  1. #1
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    good, cheap and reliable domain seller?

    any1 know a domain site like the title?

  2. #2
    check out:
    www.registerfly.com
    www.godaddy.com
    www.namecheap.com

    you may also search in domain name forums - there are plenty of info there

  3. #3
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    Don't go with registerfly.com
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    Really....Why not?

  5. #5
    registerfly.com is great.

  6. #6
    any problems with their service?

  7. #7
    nope i have used them many times and they have a good price.

    offer great features to thier customers too.

  8. #8
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    any problems with their service?
    i have had problems with their service, double and over billing and then refusing to respond to my emails.
    i could put up with the lack of service, but the billing issue not being resolved is quite annoying.

  9. #9
    ohh, I see now..

  10. #10
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    Originally posted by hostjet

    i have had problems with their service, double and over billing and then refusing to respond to my emails.
    i could put up with the lack of service, but the billing issue not being resolved is quite annoying.
    You are right. They gave me a double billing present.
    I called my credit card company and said "No thank you."

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    digitalb,

    Do a search on RegisterFly.com here on WHT. You'll find many members complaining about their service.

    I second NameCheap. I like their service very much. It's, well, good, cheap and reliable.

    Greetings!

    Jessica
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  12. #12
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    GoDaddy all the way, no question about it.
    - joey

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    register4less.com (tucows)
    ns.com
    mydomain.com

  14. #14
    any idea what interface (enom pdq, enom registry rocket or enom api) namecheap is using?

  15. #15
    It's either API or PDQ... I'll place my bet on API.
    -elevation

  16. #16
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    Namecheap is who i find the best. They are very easy to manage and so on. I would highly suggest them and ihave used them for over 30 domain names and they make it so easy to manage them all.
    Last edited by Chicken; 07-19-2002 at 07:46 PM.

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    I want one with API or PDQ so they are done auto...but what is the difference between them. i know the API uses their billing...rather not use that me thinks as i have forked out for my CC acounts.

    ignoring my pre-bought CC account, which is best API or PDQ?
    Last edited by Chicken; 07-19-2002 at 07:46 PM.

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    Originally posted by apollo
    any idea what interface (enom pdq, enom registry rocket or enom api) namecheap is using?
    It is pretty obvious to pick out:

    Example of what all reg rocket links look like: https://www.registryrocket.com/defau...T2YN67Q6GNU50E
    Example fo what PDQ sites look like: http://www.ed7.com

    Colors and style of the reg. rocket cannot be changed. The only thing you can change is the price and the words at the top (you might be able to have a logo, I can't recall but I don't use the reg. rocket link I just have one).

    Colors of the PDQ site can be changed slightly. Logo can be uploaded, and words changed in certain areas. The example above is just a test site I threw up so a few clients can register domains.

    The reg. rocket and PDQ versions both use enom's credit card processing. If you want to use your own, then you need to explore the API. If an enom reseller's site doesn't look like the above two sites, then they are using *an* API. Could be one of the ones provided, however often resellers create their own API.
    Last edited by Chicken; 07-20-2002 at 01:01 PM.
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