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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2007

    Nicline [split from old thread]

    Im client of Nicline almost for 3 years and im absolutely disappointed.
    in the first was about year fee 100$. when i renew, next month they let to bill this fee.

    they doest integrate with whmcs, so this is an very negative point.

    so i sign with Enom and when i start to transfers my clients domains, simply they blocked them.
    One by one are become expired and im get a big trouble with my clients...

    Nicline never more.

    anyone know who i need to talk to help me with this issue:?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Have you tried searching these forums for "nicline" I seem to remember they posted here a long time ago.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Service costs
    For only $99 a year you can register as RSP, and have the management tools, at wholesale prices and with the special advantages of NicLine´s Registry Service Provider:

    Complete access to the RSP tools and unlimited registrations to wholesaler accounts.
    Wholesale API included.
    Single affiliation fee: access the best prices from the start, without additional costs.
    Everything looks good to me except the $99 annual service fee.
    Toeki Enterprises Co. (Accredited .WS & CentralNIC Registrar)
    We accept PayPal, MoneyBookers, Credit Card, Bank Transfers and Western Union. [AWBS Reseller]
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  4. #4
    To help you avoid numerous problems in the future I wouldn't recommend you to register a domain with unknown registrars. You will manage economize 2-3 extra dollars, but there is no need to take a risk if you are planning to do online business seriously. Don't regret to pay more in order to deal with reliable registrars only which have won a good reputation at the market - GoDaddy, Name, Namecheap or Network Solutions. These companies seem to be great in their business.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Nicline are not an unknown registrar. They are just not well known. I think their offer is pretty good, actually. But I'm happy at GoDaddy, Fabulous and
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