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who take precident? I mean if you originally go with "Domain Registry of America, but, now. I'm told my Name Juice, I MUST go with them ( Like, is this some 'Jedi 'mind game ploy) what gives?

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who take precident? I mean if you originally go with "Domain Registry of America, but, now. I'm told my Name Juice, I MUST go with them ( Like, is this some 'Jedi 'mind game ploy) what gives?
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...and your post is one brick short of a brick... :p :black:

What exactly are you asking? Maybe its me, but I couldn't make heads or tails out of what you posted?
Could you clarify a little bit and maybe we can help ya...

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I think he is saying he wants to switch domain registrars but the one he is with says he can't. I could be wrong though.


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yeah, Baggss you're kinda getting it. I paid Domain Registry a price for web space,
now a company calledNAME JUICEsez: no, I gotta pay them 200.00 for a
registered site. What the tidily-winks did I pay DOMAIN REGISTRY of AMERICA for? I thought
it was for 2006-7 dues, or am I getting suckerer?( A year ago I asked someone - Is web hosting an expensive? I got the reply: No, like with 1 & 1,
you could get by with say 9.99/mnth. So, I get that deal, then DOMAIN
REGISTRY tells me I have to pay 50.00/yr sounding very official like, so I
wasn't too suprised tto get hit another 50 bucks for renewal. Now, NAME
JUICE sez: Pay them 200.00 for transfer. Now. what the huckleberry-pie Am I buying
the Brooklyn Bridge?)

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A quick Google search turned up some not-so-nice things about Domain Registry of America (DORA).
If you paid them any money, it would appear that you may have been scammed.

http://www.domainnameshop.co.uk/z_in...3cea406fadc878

http://www.domainavenue.com/scam_dom...of_america.htm

http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2003/12/domainreg.htm

http://support.tigertech.net/droa

http://www.pixagogo.com/9224055821


.... and there are several more. You might want to look into this a little deeper.

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Ya, you got scammed. My site(s) are $16/year and my hosting, not through my domain registrar, is $18.99/month for 2Gb of web space.


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Ya, you got scammed. My site(s) are $16/year and my hosting, not through my domain registrar, is $18.99/month for 2Gb of web space.
So. then 1 & 1 is a scam? Where can you go?

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