Re: [DNS] Expiry date vs. Invoice date

Re: [DNS] Expiry date vs. Invoice date

From: <heidi§internode.com.au>
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 16:12:16 +0930 (CST)
hi kim,

I'd like to politely disagree here.

I think the question is:

"when were you notified of the success of the domain registration?"

I have had a few (more than one ... less than ten) cases in the last month
when I could perform whois lookups on the domain registration request I
had placed through my registrar , but was not informed of the success of
my application for several days.

cheers

Heidi


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On Wed, 7 Aug 2002, Kim Davies wrote:

> Quoting Michael McKinnon on Wednesday August 07, 2002:
> |
> | Guess what?  The expiry date for the domain name is recorded on the invoice
> | as 23rd of July 2004!!  In effect this means, that he has been short changed
> | 14 days on the two year fee paid.  Is this acceptable?  Is this a normal
> | process?
>
> I don't think this is desirable - but the real question is, was the
> domain operational (i.e. in the zone) on the 23rd July? If it was
> then you haven't really been short changed, rather their accounts system
> is just slow at sending you the bill.
>
> kim
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