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cheated? by NSI

please help -- I'm not to sure about this

     
3:55 am on Sep 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Guys can anyone help me on this if this link by NSI which have changed to netsol to renew a domain name which is already expired is true or a fake link as I don't see the secure lock on my browser :
[netsol.com...]
While I went to this link it showed
[netsol.com...]

So which is right ?? Please help as I've submitted once the to the first link & it says error.

4:31 am on Sept 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

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zechariah, I was able to get to the second URL, and also didn't see the lock. The first URL was a 404.

I've never renewed with NSI. I've had problems getting client site nameserver info changed, so we switched registrars. Mine expired recently and was renewed through a different registrar, not them.

I don't have a clue about them, hopefully someone else can check it out for you. I believe that others around do use them. The domain name will resolve for a while.

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Thanks Marcia -- strange that suddenly it's a 404 file.The second you don't see a SSL lock on your IE browser? strange I still see it -- thanks anyway for your help.I really appreciate it. I really dislike NSI system too - & their's so expensive.
5:05 am on Sept 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Just checked again. The little lock is there. But I am surprised that I can see the page at all, with the info typed in (just the domain name).
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No prob - I just hope some expert can clarify this for me.Just pray that there's nothing wrong with the credit card.
4:44 pm on Oct 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hi Zech,

The second link is right - [netsol.com...] .

Verisign who have owned NSI for some time are re-branding the website. They are also responsible for the certification.

So, follow the steps and enter your card details and your domain will be renewed (You will get a confirmation mail from Verisign).

Whilst on the subject, I am not suprised that they are re-branding and dropping the network solutions brand.

Network Solutions service and expiry policies were downright unethical.

I tried to transfer a number of domains to another registrar - but was forced to renew with Netsol (now verisign) due to the authentication process falling over (Netsol would not allow the transfer to go through!)
Unbelievable!

 

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