Y.CN - Extremely rare [ .cn = China ]

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Str

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Y.CN $1450


Please post/pm "sold" to claim. Please pm offers.

Immediate payment required through paypal/wu.

Sold
 

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Whois might not have been updated yet.
I own M.bz as well and sold V.bz, check whois for those. :p
They show the same.
 

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I just did the same thing.
Checked over there a few mins ago and got
Go on Query

Not Exist

Return to First Page


where is the name registered?
 

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From the site you mentioned, there's difference between results for Y.cn and any other one letter domain.

Result for Y.cn:
CN Registry WHOIS Data
Go on Query

Not Exist

Return to First Page

Result for h.cn ( another one letter domain )

.CN Registry WHOIS Data
Go on Query

Prohibited Domain



Return to First Page

Either way, time will tell.

When I registered you could register it using any of registrars...I checked @ many registrars before buying @ enom. It's not an enom hiccup for sure...registry problem...maybe. But I'm the owner atm.
 

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#1 As I mentioned, it was available at many registrars when I tried to register. It isn't an enom problem, for sure.
#2 z.cn, x.cn are developed websites..why can't y.cn be available as well? It says "no match" in whois rather than "reserved" like rest of the one letter domains.
#3 I've already sold it for $,$$$ so it doesn't matter anyway.
#4 If it indeed turns out to be a problem, I'll gladly issue a refund to the buyer. He'll have to allow me some time to gather funds though if I don't have enough funds at that point of time. :)

Thanks for your concern.
 

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MediaHound said:
"In order to prove this domain is registered,you can phone CNNIC to confirm.
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do you mean reserved or registered?

Yes,I think that it is reserved by CNNIC.

I understand CNNIC very much,I understand .cn very much.

My .cn domains: movie.com.cn dvd.com.cn y.net.cn art.com.cn .....
 
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