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    Question Is this a Domain Reseller site?

    I've already seen a number domain name registrar sites with similar appearance such this one http://www.domainmaze.com/

    I've very familirar with WildeWest Domains resellers sites, but what Reseller Program does that site above belongs to?
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    According to their tems page, where they mention the registry administrator as being "Verisign GRS," my money's on Verisign.
    More specifically, SRSplus.

    Just a theory, mind you.



    *updated theory*

    Or, better yet, Enom.

    */updated theory*

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    Last edited by SoftWareRevue; 10-14-2002 at 04:33 PM.
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    Originally posted by SoftWareRevue
    According to their tems page, where they mention the registry administrator as being "Verisign GRS," my money's on Verisign.
    More specifically, SRSplus.

    Just a theory, mind you.
    I don't think so. On "about us" page, they list their name server as "XXX.NAME-SERVICES.COM", they are enom reseller.

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    looks like enom's pdq reseller system.
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    Yea, that is an enom PDQ site
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    Enoms PDQ sites all look the same - but are nice and easy to maintain.

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    Is PDQ site is charged by Enom at $99 a year?
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    Originally posted by Jeffreyw
    Is PDQ site is charged by Enom at $99 a year?
    Yes, $99 a year and well worth it for the functionality, IMO, and attractive appearance, though your visual customization is limited. You can also "turn on" and "turn off"various features. For example, I think that you can turn off the "free 10-page website" thing if you're a webhoster and don't want to compete with yourself.

    The credit card thing is a little more problematic. You have to use their merchant service. 95 cents/3% isn't too bad considering that they take some of the risk for fraud and all of the risk (I think) for chargebacks off you.

    However, they say they hold your commissions for 3 months. That seems a little long to me.

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