I don't get why in US and Canada thereâ€™s no minimal commission while in Europe we have it. :huh:
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...higher for some extensions?
Like .com is $50 yet .ws is $150... i dont get it...
Because the US and Canadians got screwed in the euro to dollar changeoverOriginally Posted by Site
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Some TLDs make domains harder to transfer than others.
For example, .com domains are a lot less labour-intensive to transfer than .co.uk.
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I know that .WS names cant be transfered out to other registrars but they can easily be pushed to another account at the current registrar just like .com .net etc...
You're from montreal... park it? 10%... didn't see anything in the terms about it having to be .com/.net/...
Sure I could do that but I was just wondering why the min. commission was so much higher, I've sold many .ws names and the process isnt any longer then selling .coms etc...