domain registrar - is it reliable?

Started by kpripper, Jul 08, 2022, 10:01 AM

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Is anyone on the forum using as a registrar? Can you share your thoughts on its pros and cons?
Do we know who owns it and what their intentions are? Is it a reputable business or possibly involved in fraudulent activities?


The registrar is reliable and offers domain names at affordable rates. It also provides free Whois Protect, and accepts payment via virtual card or bitcoin.
 In addition, the NewTLDs are exceptionally cheap. The registrar panel is easy to navigate and the domain push process takes only a few seconds.


U it seems to me the simplest and most convenient interface, as well as low prices for domains, free privacy and web forwarding. Plus their marketplace: low commission on the sale of domains - 3.0% - 7.5%.


NameSilo, an ICANN-accredited domain registrar, is well-known globally and manages over 6 million domains. They strive to provide a simple and cost-effective registrar service.

Although their hosting options are limited with no VPS or dedicated servers, this approach allows them to concentrate on their primary function of domain registration. However, some customers may prefer other companies that offer both domain registration and web hosting. Along with domain registration, NameSilo offers web hosting, SSL certificates, and API. Their web hosting plans come with email features and include free Whois services, DNS management tools, subaccount tools, and portfolio management.

 Additionally, they offer three SSL certificate plans, as well as free domain name parking. NameSilo guarantees 99.9% uptime and offers customer support via phone, email, and live chat. Customers can pay using various methods, including VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, Skrill, Bitcoin, and Dwolla. Overall, NameSilo provides an affordable domain registration service with transparent pricing, cPanel hosting, and several payment options. However, their web hosting options are limited to shared hosting.