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Nominet launches multi-year .uk registrations

Posted on 05/01/2012 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:




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Nominet, the official registry for .uk domain names is upgrading their system today to permit 1-10 year registration and renewal periods.

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Similar registration terms are already standard at most domain registries and this upgrade will be welcomed with open arms by .uk registrants. Up until …
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Washington Post Loses Name After Failing to Pay Fees

Posted on 02/05/2004 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

The Washington Post Co. failed to pay their annual domain renewal fees, a mistake that caused the name to lapse and disrupt email to staff members.…
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Microsoft Forgets to Pay Hotmail.co.uk Renewal Fees

Posted on 11/06/2003 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Microsoft forgot to pay the hotmail.co.uk domain renewal fees and as a result, the company lost the domain name. The domain was released to the open market and was quickly snapped up by a Good Samaritan who contacted Microsoft to return the domain.…
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Domain Renewal Scam Continues

Posted on 01/20/2001 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Despite an FTC ruling that the Domain Registry of America cease using misleading marketing letters to gain customers, reports show that the company is still continuing their renewal scam. In the scam, the company sends out letters telling domain registrants that their name is up for renewal and if they …
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Microsoft Receives Charity to Restore Hotmail

Posted on 12/27/1999 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Over the Christmas weekend, many Hotmail users would have been without service if not for Michael Chaney, who paid the registration renewal fee for passport.com, the main domain used by Hotmail to log in users. Chaney claimed that he had trouble getting his email and saw that passport.com had been …
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UK Charity Loses Domain to Porn Site

Posted on 04/23/1999 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

The Marie Curie charity lost its domain name when they claimed Network Solutions failed to notify them that their domain name renewal fee was due. The site went up for grabs and a hard core pornography company bought it. Marie Curie has called and mailed Network Solutions, but has yet …
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WebTechs Loses Domain Name To Porn Site

Posted on 04/09/1999 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

WebTechs, created in 1994 and one of the very first HTML validation services lost its domain name, webtechs.com to a Danish pornography site. Webtechs has filed complaints with Network Solutions, who still holds the monopoly on domain name registration, and with InterNIC, the domain name system used by Network Solutions. …
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MSNBC Goes Offline

Posted on 06/28/1996 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

MSNBC’s website, www.msnbc.com, went offline during the debut of the site (a joint partnership between Microsoft and NBC) for failing to pay their $100 registration fee. InterNIC has been cracking down on companies failing to pay their fees by threatening to take them offline.…
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