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'''RegisterFly''' was a domain name registrar whose [[ICANN]] accreditation was terminated in 2007.<ref>[http://blog.icann.org/2007/03/kevin-stop-the-nonsense-take-the-logo-down-and-give-us-the-data/ Kevin Stop the Nonsense Take the Logo Down and Give Us the Data, Blog.ICANN.org]</ref>
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'''RegisterFly''' was a domain name registrar. Its accreditation was terminated by [[ICANN] in 2007 due to violations of several provisions in the Registrar Accreditation Agreement [[RAA]]. It was formerly operated by co-owners '''Kevin Medina''' and '''John Naruszewicz'''.<ref>[http://blog.icann.org/2007/03/kevin-stop-the-nonsense-take-the-logo-down-and-give-us-the-data/ Kevin Stop the Nonsense Take the Logo Down and Give Us the Data, Blog.ICANN.org]</ref>
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==History==
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RegisterFly was originally doing business as a reseller for [[eNom]], an ICANN accredited registrar. The company became an ICANN accredited registrar through a "back-door accreditation" after acquiring Top Class Names, a registrar accredited by ICANN in 2004. The new management changed the name of Top Class Names to RegisterFly and assumed the accreditation and role of its predecessor. <ref>[http://www.registerflies.com/registerfly-news/icann-registerfly-fact-sheet.html ICANN Factsheet RegisterFly and Registrar]</ref>
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===Massive Customer Complaint===
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==About RegisterFly==
 
RegisterFly became an accredited registrar of [[ICANN]] with the acquisition of “Top Class Names”. The issues that RegisterFly faced began with the allegations between the two business partners of the company regarding the misappropriate use of funds within the company. In 2007, the company was sued for fraud under the accusation of attempting to register or renew domain names. Several other lawsuits followed on issues related to ownership, customer complaints and finally bankruptcy.<ref>[http://registerfly-lawsuit.com/ Registerfly-lawsuit.com]</ref>
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 22:43, 21 April 2012

RegisterFlyLogo.png
Industry: Registrar (Terminated)
Founded: 2003
Country: USA
Key People
John Naruszewicz
Kevin Medina

RegisterFly was a domain name registrar. Its accreditation was terminated by [[ICANN] in 2007 due to violations of several provisions in the Registrar Accreditation Agreement RAA. It was formerly operated by co-owners Kevin Medina and John Naruszewicz.[1]

History

RegisterFly was originally doing business as a reseller for eNom, an ICANN accredited registrar. The company became an ICANN accredited registrar through a "back-door accreditation" after acquiring Top Class Names, a registrar accredited by ICANN in 2004. The new management changed the name of Top Class Names to RegisterFly and assumed the accreditation and role of its predecessor. [2]

Massive Customer Complaint

References