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5 days grace period domain registrar

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by bimog, May 1, 2008.

  1. bimog

    bimog Newbie

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    Hi everybody!

    I'm looking for registrars (cheap for .coms) that offer 5 days grace period - the option to cancel the registration of a domain with no charge and no fee - registrars that offer "domain tasting".

    Thank you!
     
  2. MaestroDelWeb

    MaestroDelWeb Executive VIP

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    Dynadot let's you do it for free.
    Moniker let's you taste, but it costs you 25 cents each domain.
    Resellerclub does it for $1.

    On all of these the money goes back into your account as credit. I believe they all have the 5 day period. There are other registrars that do this, but a lot of times you have to email support for the refund. Dynadot right now is the taster's choice. :D
     
  3. bimog

    bimog Newbie

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    Thank you vze2yqtm! Are you using dynadot? If yes, how are their services?
     
  4. MaestroDelWeb

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    I've used all three in the past and currently don't have any domains at dynadot but they are a solid registrar (all three are solid). I don't domain taste any more because it was too much work and I didn't want to put up the amount of money that really makes it profitable. There are ways to automate it, but I didn't get into it that much. Domain tasting can be very profitable if you do it in bulk.
     
  5. bimog

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    Thanks again for the info. I think I'll try dynadot.
     
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    Hi, thanks for your help, do u mean that the money will go into my dynadot account or into my paypal account? Also do they have option to delete domain after 5 days or i need to send email to cancel the domain?

    thanks again...
     
  7. MaestroDelWeb

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    The money will go back into your Dynadot account.

    They have a countdown that let's you know how far into the tasting (refundable) period you are. You can just hit the cancel button and cancel domains. You should be instantly credited.