Archive for March, 2007

RegisterFly Scandal Culminates in Class Action Lawsuit

More than 75,000 individuals have already lost their Internet domain names registered through RegisterFly.com. New class action lawsuit seeks to protect up to a million more from the same fate. Winston/Salem, NC – March 28, 2007 – Yesterday, a U.S. District Court judge unsealed a class action lawsuit against Internet domain registrar RegisterFly along with […]

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Registerfly Customers: How to Regain Control for Domains

As you probably noticed, due to Registerfly system troubles there”s impossible to remove ProtectFly (whois protection service) for some domains. In such case, your contact information isn”t displayed, so it”s impossible to transfer such domains to other registrar. Fortunately, there”s solution. It worked for me and for others. Go to the Registerfly site and open […]

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Termination of RegisterFly.com Registrar Accreditation Agreement

The news is in. This is it and official, ICANN has in fact stripped Registerfly of the Accreditation effective IMMEDIATELY! ICANN today issued a formal notice of termination of RegisterFly.com”s Registration Accreditation Agreement (RAA). ICANN has issued a letter to RegisterFly indicating that it will cease operating as an ICANN-Accredited Registrar on March 31, 2007. […]

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Some better news according Registerfly

Quick announcement. John and Glenn have re-gained control of Registerfly and the site was down due to them moving it over to the new server. So this domain name successfully transferred away from Kevin Medina and is now under full control of John and Glenn along with Mark Klein. Update: Later same day (March 6th) […]

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RegisterFly Update – March 2nd, 2007

ICANN provides the following update: As is already known on 21 February 2007, ICANN issued a letter to RegisterFly [PDF, 101K] indicating a Notice of Breach of its Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) and demanding that RegisterFly act within 15 working days to cure the breaches outlined in the letter. Also on 21 February, ICANN sent […]

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