To whom complain about the registrar?

Started by PrimoPierotz, Aug 14, 2022, 08:06 AM

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PrimoPierotzTopic starter

Please tell me how to complain against the registrar.
The bottom line is that the registrar blocked the account for non-payment for the renewal of one of the domain names and now I can't pick up the rest.
Generally, there is another domain there, not particularly valuable, but still impudence.

there was one .info left (more precisely, two) one was not extended and the account was blocked.
there is no special value, it's just an interesting question to write a cart on them or it's just a waste of time.
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Sedfinder

Through ICANN, domain names are being pulled with a bang. True, you will have to sweat a little with English, if there are problems with the language, and also, to confirm your identity in the way proposed from the other side of the ocean.
only those who contacted 1and1 fell for a divorce from this shit registrar and initially did not have the ability and strength to pull anything out of a higher authority.
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hufujiyu

In the general case of any domain showdowns, he is a fraudster only from your point of view. From the registrar's point of view, this is the same client as you exactly until you find yourself the owner of a trademark with a court decision in your hands that the domains are consonant and he has no right to them or what else can be written..

In very rare cases, if you compose a "letter of happiness" very competently, the hoster can be persuaded to influence the owner of the site, but not the registrar (at least, I have not heard of this).
Of course, there are registrars who block customer domains at the first sneeze, but these are not registrars, but scammers themselves (dot.tk , freenom.com and who else is there) - their task is to squeeze out as many domains of visited sites with the least stink in the network as possible, and put them in the parking lot.

See below:
newbielink:https://www.icann.org/compliance/complaint [nonactive]
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