| 3:03 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
It would appear so. It's a bit frightening too as i am a customer (blame it on naivete).
I've just been reading the following horror story regarding hoopla.com - almost unbelievable!
| 3:06 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Verisign received twelve downgrades this morning
| 3:07 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
That's probably all the money they spend on stamps, while sending out their fraudulent renewal notices.
| 3:12 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
I used to have over 50 domains with NetSol. Started the transfer process over a year ago and managed to get all but a few over to my new registrar.
The remaining ones are still with NetSol. I think somewhere along the line they caught on and no longer send me renewal notices before the expiration date. I conveniently get them after the expiration date which forces me to renew them with NetSol. There have only been a couple but I ended up paying their $70.00 to renew and am now finalizing the transfer process for those to my new registrar.
Their days are numbered!
| 4:07 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
i have problems with NetSol. i know several people here use their paid service to "jump on domain names as soon as they expire", as that link about hoopla says quite well, but it worries me that its circular reasoning. They dont mind alienating existing customers by getting more money from new customers. Thats not a good customer relationship policy. Expecially as a domain can involved many many years of work and be valued cash wise very high. Sounds too much like looksmart for my liking.
| 5:38 pm on Apr 26, 2002 (gmt 0)|
|i have problems with NetSol |
Not to worry chiyo, EVERYone has problems with Netsol.