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Get a free domain name!

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by nessebar, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. nessebar

    nessebar BANNED BANNED

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    Follow these steps exactly to get a free domain name.

    Step 1:
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    hxxp://www.register*c0m/titan/promo/acquisitions_8772090537.rcmx?trkID=SEMJ78Vw4W
    Step 2: Enter the domain name you want to regsiter
    Step 3: During checkout, it will show you that you have to pay $9, now click remove private domain name registration, now the page will reload and will show $0.

    Now you can register the domain name for one year for free!!
     
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  2. comparco

    comparco Regular Member

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  3. nessebar

    nessebar BANNED BANNED

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    I don't now.
    I found link with google.
     
  4. cpaaddict

    cpaaddict Supreme Member

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    yeh looks like affiliate link
     
  5. darkincome

    darkincome BANNED BANNED

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    maybe the aff link is the only way to get the deal? i checked it out.. it does look like you get the free domain. i might wind up doing it.. not that I really want to set up billing information there
     
  6. swede

    swede Registered Member

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    Thanks for this.
     
  7. citymark

    citymark Registered Member

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    To get the free domain,you need a true CC.
     
  8. morstar

    morstar Newbie

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    thanks for the link.

    link is work without the aff id.

    w3.register*c0m/titan/promo/acquisitions_8772090537.rcmx

    the domain is free for the first year, renewal is USD35.00 :O

    guess it's limited to one domain per business, not sure whether transfer is allow...
     
  9. nessebar

    nessebar BANNED BANNED

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    Use fake PayPal acc ;)
     
  10. shagal

    shagal Newbie

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    works like a charm but dont tell them u saw this on our forum
     
  11. N.R.P

    N.R.P Regular Member

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    Thanks a lot for this mate. Much Apreciated.
     
  12. WhiteAl

    WhiteAl Registered Member

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    First off, this method of getting a domain name for "free" has been around for quite a while and second off, just to let you guys know, theres no such thing as a free lunch. Dont be fooled by this trick register.com tries to get exploitable people into. With the link, the domain is only free for one year, and after that, the renewal cost forever thereforth would be a whooping $35 bucks per year - for the domain name and also each additional one you might register with them. Thats almost 5 times as much as it would cost at godaddy registering .coms using the usual $3 off code. And if you just register the domain and try to flip it by selling somewhere like at DP, no one would want to buy because they would know its registered at register.com and that register charges pretty much the highest amounts for their services on the net.
    And the special offer is only valid 1 per customer/business so you would only be able to get 1 domain anyway - unless you go fraudy with vccs and buy useing different entities - whereas you wouldnt actually be owning the domain names, thus I wouldnt see a point in doing that...
     
  13. blah3d

    blah3d Newbie Premium Member

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    hmmmmmmmmmmm
     
  14. shithappens

    shithappens Registered Member

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    @ WhiteAl: I bought last year some names at register.com and was able to transfer them out. Not the smoothest transfer ever, but it worked ok. I had to call, that's it.
     
  15. onegg

    onegg Junior Member

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    In your mind
    free domain, and then they let you transfer it to a new registrar with no charge?
     
  16. shithappens

    shithappens Registered Member

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    Yes, no charge. They do this because they expect that some people will not want to transfer out - remember this offer is intended for businesses.

    They pay a bit more than $6 for a domain to Verisign, so even if out of 3 domains two will expire or transferred out, it is still worth them.

    But I did not register any domain using this. I haet to call them to transfer out names.