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Magicly I registered Tv.biz. Got my number and keyword and later got an email saying I actually not registered it or something like that. I can not see whois on .biz names. I am planning to sue Netsol for this. What is your opinion aboout what was the reason for that they first let me register it and then sent email that I actually did not
 
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.biz and .info does not allow 2 character names.

Probably Netsol going the glitch again.
 

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Before talk of suing a registrar, read the registration agreement and see what you agreed to at the point of registration.
 

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Originally posted by serothehero
I am planning to sue Netsol for this. What is your opinion aboout what was the reason for that they first let me register it and then sent email that I actually did not

The same thing happened to me with some 2 digit .info names, and I think .biz is in the same situation where no 2 digit names are allowed, as mole has pointed out. I was even listed in on the whois for 24 hrs, quite a few others had the same thing happen, it was a mistake with the registration sytstem.

I wouldn't like your chances with legal action though, I'm pretty sure its a steadfast Icann rule that they cannot be registered.
 

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Besides no 2 letter reg's not all .biz are released and still under dispute.

If TV.BIZ was per chance an available name, they wouldn't let it go anyway i dont think.
 

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Well at least you got to enjoy the fantasy of owning a two letter domain name for 24hrs! Excuse me while I try and dream zzzzz
 
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Sero, It was probably a glitch in the system that allowed you to think you regged tv.biz. That sort of thing has happened before. Back in 1999, I think I remember that the system seemed to allow one character url's to be registered, like e.com. Of course, all those regs. were quickly revoked.
 

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GoDaddy screwed up also when the .US live registrations started; they tried - and failed - to register the domain for 1 year. I gave up and used Registerfly.
 

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Originally posted by serothehero
heeeeelp :confused:

Not as confused as Afilias and Neulevel are. :)
 

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What about i.net which is auctioned on aftersuck. I also checked cd.biz. It is also registered.
 

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Check the whois, and read it, on the .biz


:)
 

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Originally posted by serothehero
What about i.net which is auctioned on aftersuck. I also checked cd.biz. It is also registered.

Some 1 digits domains were registered early off, eg paypal's x.com, and z.com which now seems to be owned by nissan.
 
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