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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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'''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>
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 22:44, 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