[HCoop-Help] recommendation for a domain-name registar requested

Jesse Shumway layline at hcoop.net
Sat Jul 10 22:44:18 EDT 2010

On Jul 6, 2010, at 2:24 PM, Brian Templeton wrote:

> Daniel Wilkerson <daniel.wilkerson at gmail.com> writes:
>> I am trying to transfer the registration of my domain name.  One  
>> thing
>> I make a point of is not saying I have read an agreement unless I  
>> have
>> actually read it.  The major problem I have with most registrars is
>> that, not only are their agreements long, they contain references to
>> other agreements to the point where I cannot even find all of the
>> agreements that I am supposed to have read.  Can someone please
>> recommend a registrar that does not have this problem.  I've already
>> given up on Godaddy, alldomains, and gandi.net.  Internet.bs has a
>> single agreement, but it is full of weird clauses.
> What's so bad about Gandi.net's contracts? They appear to all be  
> listed
> on <http://gandi.net/contracts/> and, for example, all the applicable
> the terms and conditions for registering a ".org" domain are about
> twenty pages long, unless I'm missing something.

I've been very happy with registrationtek.com. I've found them to be  
timely, and accurate. There legal and policy page can be found at http://www.registrationtek.com/legal.html 
. These plainly written legal agreements are about 20 pages.

-- Jesse Shumway  <layline AT hcoop.net>

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