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My question is: I need a GoDaddy 2011 promo code for transfer!.

My 2nd question is: I had a HostGator at eNom which expired on 4th June 2008. It is no longer in my account. Neither is it in my list of expired domains. Other expired domains go back as far as May 20th. The whois has changed to their privacy whois. I know this is my fault in letting it expire.

But I'd just like to share with you what eNom are up to with our domains...

Comments (9)

Your question was: I need a GoDaddy 2011 promo code for transfer!.

Yeah, domains are taken away the same day they expire. Unlike other registrars like Godaddy (not that i'm a Godaddy fan, which I am not)...

Comment #1

That's one reason why I'm not too found of Enom. Always get that feeling they are playing the HostGator game against their customers whenever they get the opportunity.

But you may still be able to redeem the name for $160, that's what they call "extended RGP" in their unique parlance (which isn't real redemption actually)..

Comment #2

I know. I know Just pointing it out to others, so they may benefit from my folly.

I agree with Kath though. I'm reducing my inventory there...

Comment #3

There have been times when I let domains expire at eNom and have always been able to renew them days and even weeks after expiration. I have never experienced the problem described. Maybe it's because my names weren't sexy enough to grab and yours were? It would be interesting to hear more about that...

Comment #4

Once the HostGator goes into "redemption period" status in, they charge $160 or can you still renew at regular renewal price?..

Comment #5

I am glad I moved all my domains out last week. eNom and Tucows are like Brothers and Sisters.... Keep what they want and dish the junk to the rest!..

Comment #6

Absolutely disgusting practices by this joke of a registrar. People in the HostGator industry wonder why we have a bad reputation. Well you have individuals or companies in this case using deceptive practices to gain an advantage over the next person or company...

Comment #7

Well if the name truly is in redemption the registrar will charge between $80 and $200+ it depends... the higher fee is because the name has to be 'recovered' manually with the registry. Normally you have a grace period for a few days.

On the other hand Enom tries to confuse you with their so-called 'extended RGP' status when the name is NOT in redemption. It has expired so they renewed it with the registry for reg fee and they keep it to themselves... this is just a ploy to justify their asking $160 to redeem your fomer domains..

Comment #8

Thats sucks ...before long they'll probably not even bother sending us renewals on OUR domains cos they want them. One good thing about those two registrars, it's easy to transfer out.

5 more to go from enom and about 30 from Tucows to go - Bye.

I'm voting with my Feet.


Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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