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Old 05-14-2007, 11:25 AM
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Been Hosed by godaddy.com


I did some work for this guy in return he transfered his domain over to me for the work done. So after about a month i am in ownership i wake up to emails saying the domain was transfered out of my accounts.

Why!!!


Because he was the original owner of the domain, since he paid for it.

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Hello,

The previous Registrant of the domain xxxx.COM has disputed the changes made to the domain. After investigating, the ownership has been reverted to the former Registrant.


Any further disputes over the ownership or wording of the domain name will need to be sent either to the registrant, through an arbitration forum such as World Intellectual Property Organization (http://www.wipo.int), or the court system. If you file a dispute concerning the domain, please forward a copy to domaindisputes@godaddy Please be assured that if we receive notice of a pending legal dispute we will lock the name so that it cannot be transferred or otherwise modified. Likewise when we receive a Decision we will update the name accordingly.

Thank you.

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I have filed a bbb report and am going back and forth with them. Good thing gmail saves everything.

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Old 05-14-2007, 12:43 PM
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For transfers of ownership to another user, Godaddy offers a 15 day for the original user to claim their domain back. Below is an example of what happens when I transferred a domain to another person in Godaddy:

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The change of registrant has been completed by the new registrant and the information has been recorded in our system.

If for any reason this information is incorrect or you feel this change of registrant request was made in error, please contact us within 15 days at mailto:undo@godaddy.com.
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:58 PM
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For transfers of ownership to another user, Godaddy offers a 15 day...

As i said in my post.

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So after about a month i am in ownership

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Old 05-14-2007, 01:05 PM
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What I'm expecting is that Godaddy doesn't transfer the domain back to your account immediately when you request for it back, as you have to state the reasons why to them. This may take several days or weeks depending on the situation, but in your case, I've no idea how Godaddy deals with it.

Anyway, good luck in getting your domain back.

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Old 05-15-2007, 06:16 AM
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Send all your "proof" to godaddy and ask them to reconsider.

If they refuse to transfer back the domain name to you, then your only recourse will be to sue the other person (who now owns the domain) in court.

You will lose a UDRP against them, because you will not meet the required criteria.

Unless godaddy sides with you, the only way you'll get the domain back is if you sue the current owner for it.

Good luck.

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Old 05-15-2007, 08:16 PM
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Good thing gmail saves everything.
If your gmail was listed on the domain name's record that time, can you see if you received Go Daddy's email like the sample Brown posted?

Personally I'm not optimistic after what I've read here so far. Good luck.

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Old 05-15-2007, 08:21 PM
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That's cheap. This fella's greasy. So much for good business.

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