Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by beatlesincor, Apr 15, 2011.
Does anybody know of a registrar that does not block the domain due to do spam complains?
I don't know but would be useful to tell us who are the registers who are blockgin the domains?
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I know of these 3 that have blocked my domains
blocked the domains? Oh my that sounds severe! I know of cases where web hosts have taken down the spamming domain's hosting account but never in my knowledge have the registrars taken such strict actions unless u were in the rokso!
Are you sure by domain You mean the domain and not your hosting account's suspension? Because latter is pretty common. You need bullet proof hosting to counter that but getting your domain blocked is just weird !!!!
Wha kind of spam: link spam or email spam?
Most all major registrars allow for that in their TOS. As much as I don't have any issues with godaddy, GD has been known to have a 'hair trigger' when it comes to spam. They definitely shoot first and ask questions later.
NameCheap used to be a bit more lenient in that they used to let you defend yourself before pulling your domain. But they have gotten tougher, I understand.
Moniker tends to be pretty strict also.
Offhand, I don't know of any other registrars that are more lenient with this type of issue.
but REBEL I would really like to know
what happens to the domain after the registrar takes it down?
Won't it still be the property of the person who registered it?
If they take it down does the person have the right of getting it transferred to another registrar?
(most importantly) if the domain is taken away, is it available for sale again?
Thanks a lot !!!!!
That was indeed perfectly the solution to my problem.
sorry for the newbie question, but you helped me big time.
IF the registrar takes down (cancels) the domain then the person is S.O.L. Some will suspend use of it for a period of time and charge a reactivation fee. IF it happens again then the domain can be cancelled permanently.
EXAMPLE => From GoDaddy's TOS:
Most registrar have a similar TOS.
if you do find one, let me know too
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