Tag Archive: de-accreditation

Apr 18

ICANN De-Accredits CI Hosts

ICANN the managing authority for all gTLDs has removed the accreditation from CI Hosts [ www.cihost.com / net / org ] (accredited since 4 February 2012). The termination is due to CI Host’s failure to timely cure the policy breaches by 1 March 2013 as set forth in ICANN’s notice of breach of RAA dated 11 January …

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Apr 17

ICANN De-Accredits DomainMonger.com

ICANN the managing authority for all gTLDs has removed the accreditation from Central Registrar, Inc. DBA Domainmonger.com (accredited since 4 October 2010). The termination is due to Domainmonger’s failure to timely cure the policy breaches by 1 February 2013 as set forth in ICANN’s notice of breach of RAA dated 11 January 2013. As of …

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Apr 13

More RegFly Woes …

So things look like they are going from worse to downright abysmal for the many beleagured registerfly clients. What should have been a realtively painless excercise in admin contacts migrating domains away to a new supplier, with ICANN assistance if the RF systems failed, looks like an ever growing c*ck-up, with class action suits, domains getting deleted, …

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Mar 13

And Register Flies off …

In a 2 week long madcap race against reality, registerfly has managed to change hands twice first back to the original registration company that started it second by US Federal courts handing control once more to K Medina – the man now (in)famous for spending his customers money not on the renewals they paid for, …

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Feb 13

ICANN Says Nuclear Response Is Imminent

In the wake of the Registerfly.com fiasco ICANN anounced that they are going to use their powers and nuke RegFlys Accreditation. RegisterFly have 2 weeks to solve the customer complaints issues or face termination. ICANNs letter to them includes a comprehensive shopping list of complaints filed against Registerfly over the past two years and multiple failed attempts to …

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