domain registrar discussion

Started by Rimmon, Aug 16, 2022, 01:07 AM

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Schlundt and partners have once again brought joy to us by offering an unprecedented domain promotion on The prices for registration and transfer are as follows:
.info - $0.99
.com - $4.99
.net - $4.99
.org - $4.99
What's even better is that the promotional prices do not include any ICANN fees, unlike GoDaddy. In the past two years, we've only seen cheap info boxes from them. Don't miss out on this promotion, it expires on August 30th. Take advantage of successful registrations and transfers while you can.

As an addition, it's important to note that having a well-structured domain name is crucial for establishing a strong online presence, especially for businesses. A short, memorable domain that accurately represents your brand could be the difference between attracting and retaining customers or losing them to competitors. Therefore, taking advantage of this promotion is a great opportunity to secure a valuable domain at a discounted price.


I was able to register a .life domain with them using a $0.99 discount without any issues. However, a couple of days later, they charged over $40 for the total cost of the domain and attempted to withdraw from my card without any notice. I'm confused by this and the lack of support service on their website is frustrating. Overall, it's not a good experience dealing with them.


Despite the many negative reviews surrounding this registrar, I noticed that they were offering free domains exactly one year ago and out of curiosity, I claimed a .info domain for $0. After an ICANN fee of 18 cents, which was paid without issue, I've decided to let it expire.
I can't speak to any potential problems if I were to renew or transfer it with them, but based on my experience, I don't have anything negative to say about them.
One thing worth noting is that they frequently send offers to distribute referral codes for additional gifts.
On a side note, I do have the option to pass along the free domain offer, though I'm unsure if it's still valid for expired domains.

It's important to remember that while some registrars may offer deals or promotions, it's always wise to read the fine print and understand any additional fees that may be involved. Additionally, it's always recommended to research and read reviews before committing to a registrar to ensure a positive experience.


My experience with wasn't great. Despite paying, my account was blocked and the funds were not refunded. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend them.
They promised in their chat service that the refund was on its way, but after a week of waiting, I had to issue a chargeback with my bank. In order to prevent potential unauthorized charges (as reported by other reviewers on various platforms), I closed my virtual card and opened a new one.