Re: [DNS] Accountability

Re: [DNS] Accountability

From: Ian&#167;LemonStone <auda§lemonstone.com.au>
Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2002 12:40:13 +1000
My credit card was charged three times by the Registrar for a domain name
that I was rejected on. Total cost $297.00 for no result. It amuses me how
the system that was apparently tested and accredited didn't work yet the
credit card transaction was fine.

Are there any lawyers out there?

Regards

Ian.


on 2/7/2002 9:31 AM, drew&#167;dronus.org at drew§dronus.org wrote:

> Hi Everybody,
> 
> I registered my .id.au yesterday morning, after a wait due to a
> connectivity problem from the registrar to ausregistry, or something. If
> you do a whois on it, it has may details (which is a good thing) but says
> inactive (which i guess is a bad thing). And yes, the manage domain link
> wasnt working either. Oh well, i guess ill just wait and see what happons
> today :)
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Drew
> 
> p.s. other people seem to have the same flag on thier .id.au, both from
> this registrar, and another one, so i guess there is just a delay in
> processing :)
> 
> On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Malcolm Miles wrote:
> 
>> On Mon, 01 Jul 2002 20:47:39 +1000, you wrote:
>> 
>>> I was rejected for a domain name incorrectly (registered as a exact match
>>> from my business name, No difficult decisions there) and subsequently a
>>> third party registered the domain instead.
>> 
>> I was also rejected for an id.au domain name as the registrar was
>> incorrectly applying the place names reserved list to id.au requests.
>> Once this was sorted out with a call to auDA the domain was processed
>> within a couple of hours. Unfortunately the links on this registrar's
>> Web site to delegate the domain were broken so I have the domain but
>> no way to use it.
>> 
>> At another registrar, there has been still no confirmation of an id.au
>> domain requested yesterday morning - "it's in the queue" was all they
>> have been saying.
>> 
>> Another registrar was unable to process a transfer of a .net.au name
>> because their Web scripts had not been setup. "It should be ready in
>> few days" was all they could say, but as my name is due to expire on
>> the 7th, I will be looking elsewhere.
>> 
>> Also I found lots of broken links on the various registrar's Web
>> pages.
>> 
>> It seems that the domain name industry, an industry where one would
>> have expected, or hoped for, a high level of IT professionalism, has
>> failed to deliver a fully working solution on time.
>> 
>> --
>> Best wishes,
>> Malcolm
>> 
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