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Domains 50 cent .com .net .org .biz .us .info

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by dasse, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. dasse

    dasse Regular Member

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    I'm not from USA or Canada , I try to check if I don't use proxy USA or Canada how will it cost for domain .com/year on there .

    First $2.95/yr but automatically change to $0.5/yr.
     
  3. aky123

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    Thanks for share but i am not from that country can you give me some tip how to change my ip?
     
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    Blare BANNED BANNED

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    I'm in the US, and when I tried it doesn't show .50 cents
     
  5. UptonGoodwin

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    Why would there be a tracking id if its not an affiliate link...
     
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    Blare BANNED BANNED

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    I was thinking the same thing lol.
     
  7. UptonGoodwin

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    Looks like it's just some random tracking code. I kind of went through it, but not interested in a domain and don't really trust the way their site works. For some reason it shows the 50cents on my phone on the front page. But shows $5 on my laptop but then it shows 50 cents in the cart after picking a domain... Also they try REALLY hard to trick you into picking WHOIS protection for $11.
     
  8. vinodkate

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    will it work for transfer?
     
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    I guess not, has try some this methid on other register, yoy need to wait for 2 next years for available trasfer out..

    Good luck
     
  10. vinodkate

    vinodkate Registered Member

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    thats not good
     
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    Thanks for share, i'm looking it
     
  12. dasse

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    Hello. Not mine. I have gone to checkout and got 50 cents. Of course IT has tracker. It is someones promo. That simple. Im going to buy 3 myself. Cheers

    I thought it was legit register.com? Of course it is legit !,

    Trying to sell protection? There is a x in the field next to it and it is gone.

    Promo code is :reg050ek. Just saw it at checkout

    I just registered from a eu country and it worked. Of course make a us address. Don't seem to be a need for a proxy. Anyways. Peace

    1.50 for 3 domains is a steal
     
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  13. UptonGoodwin

    UptonGoodwin Power Member

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    register.com is not a legit service, it's a pretty bad service. I'd rather pay $9-10 for a domain on NameCheap then deal with a registrar that has so many negative reviews as register.com has. Seriously, they have 1/5 stars on Consumer Reports after over 100 reviews and NOBODY gave them a 4 or 5.
     
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    Thanks - its really $0,50 for the first domain
     
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    I read one page of those reviews and I am done. I'm with you man. I'd rather pay $10 for peace of mind than 50 cents for a year of horror.
     
  16. dasse

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    Sure but again for a 1 year burn domain I don't see the problem. Register has been around since I can remember in the early days.

    So what would be the problem? Points dns and turn of auto renew.

    Max 3 domains it u can buy 1 or 2 also !

    3 domains for 1.50$ vs 8-9 each lol
    Namecheap ohh my.... Remember when they first started ...I had my stuff there ages ago and when I called customer services the owner back then was busy eating buckets of fried stuff as we spoke. He was always in a fast food place, maybe something common in Canada? Super size buckets. I see the NHL ads and smile!! Basically eat untill u die ! Times change.
     
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    For legit domains that you will need after 1 year, then yeah don't make the mistake of going with Godaddy, Register.com, 1 & 1, etc... It's not worth the hassle. However, for throwaway domains for churn & burn purposes, these promotions are PERFECT! All you need to do is be extra careful during checkout so they don't put you shitty services automatically in your cart and overcharge you, log in their panel and change the nameservers, disable auto renew, remove the CC information and you are done.

    For these kind of domains, I also use debit cards that I always keep with very low amounts of money, like $5 tops (minimum limit at most banks) and have disabled overdraft in the bank accounts, so even if the registrar decides to go wild and auto-charge my card, they can't, because there is no money in it! :D I usually buy 100-s of such domains at once from these shitty registrars (Godaddy, 1 & 1 and other promotions from registrars like Register) and never had a problem. Just make sure you cover your tracks and you will be fine.
     
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    shitty website and I would not trust them lmao
     
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    The prices are too good to believe. There might be a catch.
     
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    Good advice.

    I, personally, don't do churn and burn. When I buy a domain I plan to keep it. Now ask me how many times that's happened. ;)

    I do find it amusing that you compared this website to GoDaddy. They do pretty much pull the same shit, don't they? Hidden fees, outrageous prices, etc.

    I used to be with 1 & 1. I moved to Namecheap.

     
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