RegisterFly now accepts PayPal

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The day I've been waiting for. :D Today RegisterFly announced they are acccepted paypal payments. RF is a great registrar for domain resellers, $10/domain ($8.99/domain 3 days eaach month) $8.99 transfers ($7.99 for 3 days each month), and they have a very nifty control panel. They also have a feature to instantly transfer domains from one account to another, right through the control panel.

Their support, I've never really had problems with support, but I hear some talk about how bad their support is, but I never encountered any problems with it.
 

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Their support, I've never really had problems with support, but I hear some talk about how bad their support is, but I never encountered any problems with it.
Yeah, they didn't even reply a mail for me when I trying to make an enquiry. So, I left... thinking that they probably won't answer my question if I have any problem...

How you find their support are? Did they reply you?
I did realize they have a lot of features in their site.
The way they do promotion is good, sending out newsletter with promotion code, then you have 3 days of $7.99 registration. ;)
 

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Hello

But RegisterFly registers through enom. Enom is charging 5,99 for a domain name. registerfly $9.99 they make 4 USD. And registerfly is not a ICANN accredited registrar.
I prefer stargateinc.com they charge 8,99 USD and if You register more than 2 names You get one name for 8 USD. ANd they have free:
One page website
URL Forwarding with masking/cloaking
One email address (includes forwarding)
Online registrant/ownership changes
 

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Stuff: Do they have free ownership changes? If not, how much do they charge?
Yes Dan they have free ownership changes. You can change the owner information every day, if You like. No fee.
 

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I transferred some money from paypal to registerfly and bought one domain.

They charged me $18.98.

Pretty stupid, huh? Not even $9.99x2

That was over a week ago. I sent them 2 tickets already but no reply. I had known their support was non-existent but had some problems with my credit card at that time so I went with Registerfly and their payment via paypal.

Definitely the last time I use registerfly. I hate companies that ignore their customers. There is really nothing worse than that. Especially if they overcharge you and don't even bother to reply.

To bad Stargate have risen their prices.. :sad:
 
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I just bought a bulk account from Stargate. You get the $8 rate for 51 domains. After that, you can buy in small packs at the same price.

It's not worth it if you are not buying/transferring/renewing a lot of domains. You can still register 2 or more at a time at $8.85 though.
 

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Registerfly has a great array of features i been useing them for a long time.

Thier support kinda sucks now and then, but you eventualy get looked after, if you only want to reg a small amount of names try www.dreamname.com you will get personal service fro Goh, its a reseller for $8.80.

Goh is a new member here he wont let you down, and is very helpfull if you have any quiries or problems.

If you need icann approved registrars just go direct to Enom.com and open a reseller account.

AMERICAR :)
 
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