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VeriSign to Raise Domain Fees

Posted on 04/05/2007 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

VeriSign announced that they would be increasing the domain fees that they charge Registrars for .com and .net domain registrations. The 7-10% fee increases will move .com’s to $6.42 and .net’s to $3.85. The fee increase is the first increase since ICANN implemented the fee structure in 1999.…
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Outrage Over Domain Price Increases

Posted on 06/07/2006 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

ICANN recently allowed VeriSign to increase the fee it charges for .com’s by 7%. The US Congress is deeming the hikes as unreasonable, claiming that the increase price is not going to increase safety or security for those registering the names.…
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ICANN Could Curb .com Price Increases

Posted on 01/31/2006 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

ICANN has been fielding comments after releasing their document that proposed giving VeriSign permanent control over the .com Registry and potentially creating big price increases for consumers. The revised settlement reigns in VeriSign’s control over the .com Registry, but giving them a 6-year term. It also set a baseline price …
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ICANN Lifts .net Price Caps

Posted on 07/08/2005 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

ICANN agreed to life the price caps on .net domain registrations in its renewal contract with VeriSign, the company who manages the TLD. The current price cap of $4.25 expires at the end of 2006 and after that, all restrictions expire.…
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New TLDs Come With $2/Year Fee

Posted on 03/29/2005 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Within ICANN’s recent announcement that renews VeriSign’s hold on the .net Registry was a domain name fee of $2 per year for all .jobs and .travel domain owners. ICANN fails to mention what this new fee money will be used for though. The fee comes on the heels of last …
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ICANN Fees Announced for 2005

Posted on 12/20/2004 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

After many years without ICANN specific fees, domain owners will now have to pony up an additional 75-cents per year for each .net domain they own. Many are worried that ICANN will up the fee in the future and that other domains, specifically the popular .com, will become fee targets …
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New Domain Fees Increase Cost of .Net

Posted on 12/16/2004 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

A new domain name fee proposed by ICANN will require .net owners to pay an additional 75-cent annual fee next year. The fee is expected to go to projects that the organization deems to have merit. While no other fees have been announced, it’s expected that other TLDs will soon …
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ICANN Doubles Budget

Posted on 05/19/2004 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

ICANN has nearly doubled their budget for 2004-2005, which drew fears from many Registrars, who represent the bulk of ICANN’s income and now fear that fees will be raised. Not all Registrars agree though as some think that the increased budget could help out in the lawsuit against VeriSign and …
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Kids Financial Site Taken Over by Porn

Posted on 10/26/2001 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

The Ernst & Young financial site for kids,, has been taken over by a porn site originally located at The error came as a result of the domain expiring for failure to pay the domain name fees. Ernst & Young said that the fees were not paid because …
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