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Anyone using domain8?

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by FirstPageResults, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. FirstPageResults

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  2. geodomains

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    Yes and success rate is good :D
     
  3. DnEbook

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    i noticed a nnn .com.au go for $1 , what are the reg fees after winning the name ?
     
  4. johno69

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  5. DOMAIN8

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    Hello DN TRADE members, long time watcher first time poster :)
    If anyone would like to contact me for more information about DOMAIN8 expired domain auctions, please do not hesitate. I will be happy to offer DN Trade members a free promo-code to remove the $250 joining fee.

    Best Regards,
    George Pongas | CEO DOMAIN8 PTY LTD
     
  6. DnEbook

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    oh i didn't know there was a joining fee, i am wondering if the names listed are registered with domain8 or do they come from all aussie registrars ?
    when they drop

    .. thanks

    p.s george i asked them at bottle to get you to email me a few times a while ago now ... (its rod)
     
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  7. DOMAIN8

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    Hi Roddy... my contact details are on the domain8.com.au site. The domains are registrar agnostic - i.e. across all registrars. Go Tiges! ;)
     
  8. DnEbook

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    No worries george i'll email soon ...... roddy.tel
     
  9. johno69

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    Do you have any info on the PD listed ones.

    I'm assuming if it was a policy delete you'd be at risk of losing it for the same reason.
     
  10. DOMAIN8

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    Domains are policy deleted for many reasons, and one common example is when a company that is listed as the Registrant (Legal Entity/Owner) ceases trading.

    In the case where the legal entity no longer exists and therefore cannot hold the domain license, I would suggest that the likelihood of losing the domain is low.

    Caveat: Unless there are other issues surrounding the domain or more importantly you do something stupid with the domain. Stupid actions include things like post if for sale within the first 6-months or place unrelated advertising links on the parked domain.

    If you want to read more about au policy and Policy delete, go to:
    http://www.domain8.com.au/my_account/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=29

    or auDA's site:
    Domain Renewal, Expiry and Deletion Policy (2006-07)
    http://www.auda.org.au/policies/auda-2006-07/
     
  11. johno69

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    PM sent a few days back.
     
  12. neddy

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    Hi George,

    I'd like to take up your kind offer of a free promo code please. I have PM'd you, and also submitted a ticket on your site.

    Cheers, Ned

     
  13. Jonathan

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    Likewise.

    PM sent several days ago.
     
  14. TroyWhiteInternet

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    same. :confused:
     
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    Just received an email about this. The FREE promo-code now costs $10. :eek:
     
  16. johno69

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    Typical.. :rolleyes:
     
  17. TroyWhiteInternet

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    Think I'll keep my $10.
     
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    If you think about it this way, the less people that are willing to pay the $10, or $250 for that matter, then the less people I will have to bid against me. Cheaper domains for me and the other people that have paid the measely $10.
     
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    Good luck with it Soj. It's not about the $10.
     
  20. johno69

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    What a joke..

    I totally agree.

    I PM'd within an hour of the offer but never heard a thing.

    Now the free offer costs money? What a joke.

    And even more a joke that the admin here thinks it's ok.

    Anyone who wants to use the service on a professional level would pay the $250 anyway, (which the CEO offering the deal knew) but cmon, don't offer something you are not preparred to deliver.

    And as admin around here, don't sit back and let this slide because it suits you.