I use Godaddy and have had nothing but good luck with them. Richard
The Reputed ones are
enom ( good , no complains so far )
godaddy ( good , but was preventing outward transfers of domains lately )
directi ( cheap one ).
cnobin ( chinki stuff )
netsol ( hmmm...still not dead )
there are many resellers to the above. but try to register directly as it might prevent problems.
I found one website today. It looks very good service including free DNS, DynDNS and other service. I have not tried it. I think it is worthy to check: www.sitelutions.com
BulkRegister, without a moment's hesitation!
This [webmasterworld.com] thread might be of interest.
We use eNom for our clients domains, and have had no trouble whatsoever. (Though their web site is on the slow side....)
For personal stuff, I've been moving my domains to GoDaddy. No trouble there, either. (Though the process of transferring domains in and updating various records can be quite tedious.)
Hope this helps.
For anything to do with transferring domains or where there might be a problem, I like 000domains.com because of the level of personalized, individual service and communication. A few sites were gotten out of NSI that wouldn't have been without their help.
GoDaddy.com is #1 for me. I have over 120 names with them and their customer service is very helpful.
SUPERB customer support
Good rates, in my opinion
Awesome features all in one location
Easy to control site settings, transfers, and all that
Are you all resellers with GoDaddy then with the Wild West Domains plan thingy? Or just with GoDaddy as standard?
>>Are you all resellers with GoDaddy then with the Wild West Domains plan thingy? Or just with GoDaddy as standard?
i am a reseller for godaddy with wildwestdomains and I say keep away from them .Godaddy are heaps of trouble.They have been known to drop your account without notifying, they have been known to abuse cc procedures and have been known to be most annoyed when trying to point out their inadequacies.I buy hundreds of domains but i will not use my own reseller account even though godaddy and wildwest are two separate entities.