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3:41 pm on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)

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EURID lowers price of .eu registrartion, and godaddy raises .eu prices from $11.99 to $14.99 right before expected mass renewal dates in April.

Makes me think about moving my .eu domains.

Is this greed motivated. Or is godaddy spending to much time on the track.

5:19 pm on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Is this greed motivated. Or is godaddy spending to much time on the track.

Possibly US Dollar depreciation?

The standard price I see is about Euro 10.00 which, as of today, is USD 15.11.

4:02 am on Feb 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I side with greed eurid reduced prices from 5 to 4 euro.

Godaddy raises prices from $11.99 to $14.99 4 weeks or so before they know hugh renewals will take place.

4 euro is 6.06942 USD (1.51) so theres a 8.93 markup? bit excessive? 150% but thats only my opinion. Somebody hit the wrong button on that backend pricing structure system....you know the price range one...lol adds 100`s of dollars to my renewal fee`s think my time will bew better spent looking for a new registrar....my 2 cents..

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somebody else can pay for burning rubber at the indy 500......lol
6:15 pm on Feb 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I don't object to my registrar making a profit since they do have on-going maintenance costs and give me a lot of freebies and keep me informed all the time as to the status of all my domains.

After my reseller discount I actually pay Euro 6.67 therefore I must be doing reasonably well then!

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reseller account - is this the account you pay upto $229 a year for...emm not really a discount is it... been there...

Huskypup your not really in a position to comment since there not your registrar there your business partner. sorry for being blunt.

There tactic is just niggling me (greed)... and I will be moving my domains...and will pass the knowledge on shortly.

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I agree with HuskyPup, this seems like a fair revaluation of their pricing based on the sliding dollar.
6:39 pm on Mar 5, 2008 (gmt 0)

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reseller account - is this the account you pay upto $229 a year for...emm not really a discount is it

Hmmm...not sure what you mean? I deposit funds with my registrar, depending upon the time of year I'll deposit USD 500~1000.00, and I automatically get extra credits amounting to a 33% discount.

I don't pay a fee or anything else, it's a good deal and has worked for me for several years.

There tactic is just niggling me (greed)

Whilst I appreciate your angst do you not feel it is fair that they are allowed to make a profit? I do assume you work for money?

Likewise, apologies for being blunt:-)

[edited by: HuskyPup at 6:41 pm (utc) on Mar. 5, 2008]

9:41 pm on Mar 6, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I wont bother arguing better things to do, will prove point shortly.

Its a godaddy milk there steady customers exercise - lets name it operation rear set of tyres and helicopter rides for indy 500....lol

9:48 pm on Mar 6, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Okay, I'm putting this thread "out to pasture" since it's looking more like a grievance thread and less like an educational thread or "thread of any community benefit" the longer it lingers.

Please take a moment to read or re-read the Charter as it helps explain my decision. Thanks.

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