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When you buy a domain name, there are records showing you as the domain name owner. Just because someone impersonates you, it doesn't mean they can own your property. Just like your car, if someone claims to be you, that doesn't mean they can drive off with your car. Only you can assign the domain name to an IP address. Only you can buy a SSL certificate ...


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I used 2 Registrars for my .name domains: 007names.com (USA) hexonet.net (Germany) The first one much easier to manage and offer additional services, the second one only focused of basics. Both of them provide support for your @.name email forwarding which is critical. Many registrars, even Enom.com, who declare support for .name domain registration ...


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The cash you save will not be worth your time managing the transfers. Nothing else need really come into it. Domains are so cheap nowadays, you may as well have a favourite registrar and keep all your domains together to make it easy to manage. And then spend the time you would have spent on transferring them... on something that will make you some money ...


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Do you have you have private whois records? If the records are not private and you just change your domain registrar I don't think there will be any consequences but it is really hard to say as I haven't actually tested it on a larger scale and repeated the process. I have just moved domain from one registrar to another and never noticed any issues.


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The registrar eventually confirmed that they did send that email (and that the link in the meantime has expired and they will send a new one). Once again no reply about the highly broken and scam-like Italian language; for sure they did not write that email themselves because no Italian who cleared middle school would write like that, and the language used ...


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Short answer: a registrar can register their own domains just like anyone else. Longer answer: Behind the domain name system is a network of registry operators; in the case of gTLDs (global top level domains - eg. com, net, org and many, many others) the registry operator is ICANN. Each registrar (GoDaddy, Namecheap etc.) is accredited by the registry ...



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