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      ajbania Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 3:10 pm PDT 10/30/09

      What does he mean by "If you've seen some of the other cheaper registrars, take note, as with many of them you don't actually own the domain you buy!"

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      schmoe90 Ben's cred: 260
      Posted 3:48 pm PDT 10/30/09

      I think he means that with some of the cheaper registrars, you don't own the domain you buy.

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      samben2 Ben's cred: 75
      Posted 9:19 am PDT 10/31/09

      GOOD NEWS: GoDaddy has excellent phone support.
      BAD NEWS: You're going to need it.

      Their web pages are some crowded and mysterious that I must call them for support every time I buy a domain or add/delete a feature.

      Their SPAM handling is pathetic. Although the boss man promised to give the ability to block non-english emails he has not yet done so. With ICANN now allowing non-Roman characters in email addresses I expect a flood of Chinese and Arabic gibberish to add to the Russian and Greek gibberish I now get.

      Also, their SPAM filters seem to not work automatically, one must trigger them when signed in to thee web portal.

      Sadly, I consider GoDaddy to be one of the best hosts.

      I hope that someone at GoDaddy who go gives a damn and has some authority reads this.

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      ironbadge Ben's cred: 352
      Posted 12:42 pm PDT 10/31/09

      I recently moved some of my domains out from Godaddy. They used to be good, but now their services and even their site are slow.

      Hey #1, some registrars offer "free domain" if you host with them. In reality, they do not give you access to manage your domain. When you want to move your domain to another registrar, they might charge you some money. Google "webhosttalk". It's a good place to start with, if you're into this mess. One more thing, you can always send an e-mail to some registrars to ask. If they do not answer quickly, don't do business with them. If they can't answer you quickly now, they won't answer you when you have problems with their services.

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      g_buns Ben's cred: 12
      Posted 10:07 am PST 11/4/09

      ironbadge - good advice, thanks!

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      Tech-Bargains Ben's cred: 1
      Posted 8:30 pm PST 11/10/09

      Ben, you might want to add this one to your list because it is $7.49 for both new and renewals of .COM, .NET and .ORG - 749aprmo

      This is the same as getting 30% off.

      I think it does not expire until 12-21-2009.

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      RKLE Ben's cred: 950
      Posted 7:06 pm PST 11/19/09

      Why are these guys the only ones ever listed?

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