Holy crap

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It doesn't surprise me that they would raise their transfer price. Better than 50% of our tranfers require manual intervention, often more than once. You can't afford to do this without either chargine for failed transfers, or at least charging a reasonable markup on transfers.

Many registrars are now doing both.

I don't see on their website where they have raised their registration prices though.



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Timechange, Powerpipe's Whois system is all messed up for a good time now. Domains purchased months ago show up as available. I use 000domains.com as my Domain availbility checker.

And if there available on 000domains, I register them over at PP dotcom. That's where I purchase all my domains. And as a super-domain-collector-magician-soldier-pimp-of-bluechip-domains. I'd consider that a great honor, bestowed upon powerpipe.

My recommendation is as good as gold. :)
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