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Which is the best eNom reseller, in your opinion? And why? Thanks for any and all advice.
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Did I miss something......is this enomforum.com?

There is a reseller section of this forum, use it.


By the way....that name is available :laugh:
 

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Yes, cu, you ARE missing something. The reseller section of the forum is for discussions of reselling domains already registered, while my post concerns resellers of registration services. Relax already.:cool:
 

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Domain Reselling-Forum for discussing domain name reselling, including which companies seem to be good, questions, etc.-


I guess I did miss something....thanks. I'm relaxed.:embarrass
 

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I will tell you that I had the worst experience of my life with registerfly.com.

Who is an eNom reseller. If you use them, hope you don't have to use their Customer (no) service.

I will never use a eNom reseller again.
 
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but it doesn't mean that all Enom resellers are bad....
 

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personally pleased as punch with PowerPipe's paltry pricing.
 

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I'm moving them all now.

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I used to use Powerpipe and namecheap, as well as GoDaddy, but now I got my own enom account. Yay! :cool:

Note: Not advertising. I don't sell to anyone but me. :)
 

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alldig, what you have done with your URL offering enom reseller accounts is not ethical at all... You should have rewrite the texts a little, not to mention that you simply copied the account features found on my site... http://www.domainresell.biz/more_features.shtml... At least you could change the order of features if all you can do is copy and paste....
I wouldn't talk about left navigation menu.... same guarantee, same positioning of tld logos, etc...

I'm disappointed.

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The margins are getting thin these days. Professionalism and customer service will make a few pennies' difference to many of us.

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Visit eNom.com to learn how to do so.
 
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Dod, I did visit eNom. It seemed like I had to email them to become a reseller. Is that how most of you became resellers or did you join as someone's sub-account.

Lastly, I am quite surprised how cheap domaintk.com is.
 

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I am NOT an eNom reseller, but happy to patronize one that is!!

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I attempted to obtain a .US domain from Internet Registrations Worldwide, and had a negative experience. First, the listed registrar was a Jason Namour, who was based in Melbourne, Australia, and .US is supposed to be for US citizens, legal residents, businesses and foreign businesses with a significant US presence. I e-mailed the then-listed contact info@registrations.com.au -- no phone or fax were listed -- and got no response. Upon investigating a little further, I discovered these guys had registered hundreds, maybe thousands of domains in a particular format of three random characters for names (i.e., dgr.us, ghb.us) and were just sitting on them. I went to NeuStar and Enom, and finally got an alternate e-mail. A week or so later, I get a response. NeuStar's retail price for .US domain was, I believe, $29 with a two-year minimum. They wanted $1650! I was developing a website for a non-profit, and that was almost the entire budget, so I made an offer of $100, to which they did not respond. I asked NeuStar and Enom to intervene, based on the fact that the foreign registrant/reseller didn't meet the NeuStar, Nexus or Enom criteria to be a .US registrant. The extent of their effort was to get the registrar to change his listing, so his US-based billing contact, Brad Norrish, became the listed contact. They left the info@registrations.com.au in 'whois', and did not provide phone or fax contacts. I corresponded extensively with the reseller and the compliance contact at Enom, to no avail. All in all, I give Internet Registrations Worldwide, NeuStar and Enom failing marks for cyber citizenship and business practices.
 

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There are many outstanding outfits, many of which have representatives on this board!!

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