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Can't register for a domain name that is "confiscated" by [censored]

I want to buy a .com.com domain name that is [supposedsupposed to be]be expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

  • DNS says the domain does not exist.
  • Wayback Machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down.
  • ICANN WHOIS doesn't know about this domain.
  • Whois.net and Gandi say it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.
  • [censored] says the domain is registered, but they offer a negotiation service for 70$ (with no guarantee).
  • Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.
  • I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking, if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain  ? Icann ICANN? oldOld registrar  ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever  ? (forFor no fee  ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically  ?  (=to= to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It

It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...). Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side  ? (no whoisWHOIS update) How

How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly  ?

What should I do  ?

Complain to icannICANN about missing/lying whoisWHOIS information  ? => doesDoes this operation givesgive me special rights  ? I don't want the whoisWHOIS to be corrected for someone else registering it before me.

If not, what type of dispute could I open at Icann ICANN?

Should I try to get help from another registrar  ?

Any special advice  ?

EDIT:Update: Finally the domain name was bought by some major [cybersquatting]cybersquatting company that offers to sell it back to me for 2000$. F*** o**

Can't register for a name that is "confiscated" by [censored]

I want to buy a .com domain name that is [supposed to be] expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain  ? Icann ? old registrar  ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever  ? (for no fee  ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically  ?  (=to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...) Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side  ? (no whois update) How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly  ?

What should I do  ?

Complain to icann about missing/lying whois information  ? => does this operation gives me special rights  ? I don't want the whois to be corrected for someone else registering it before me

If not what type of dispute could I open at Icann ?

Should I try to get help from another registrar  ?

Any special advice  ?

EDIT: Finally the domain name was bought by some major [cybersquatting] company that offers to sell it back to me for 2000$. F*** o**

Can't register a domain name that is "confiscated"

I want to buy a .com domain name that is supposed to be expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net).

  • DNS says the domain does not exist.
  • Wayback Machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down.
  • ICANN WHOIS doesn't know about this domain.
  • Whois.net and Gandi say it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.
  • [censored] says the domain is registered, but they offer a negotiation service for 70$ (with no guarantee).
  • Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.
  • I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking, if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain? ICANN? Old registrar?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever? (For no fee?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically? (= to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later)

It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting). Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side? (no WHOIS update)

How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly?

What should I do?

Complain to ICANN about missing/lying WHOIS information? => Does this operation give me special rights? I don't want the WHOIS to be corrected for someone else registering it before me.

If not, what type of dispute could I open at ICANN?

Should I try to get help from another registrar?

Any special advice?

Update: Finally the domain name was bought by some major cybersquatting company that offers to sell it back to me for 2000$.

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I want to buy a .com domain name that is [supposed to be] expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain ? Icann ? old registrar ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever ? (for no fee ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically ? (=to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...) Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side ? (no whois update) How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly ?

What should I do ?

Complain to icann about missing/lying whois information ? => does this operation gives me special rights ? I don't want the whois to be corrected for someone else registering it before me

If not what type of dispute could I open at Icann ?

Should I try to get help from another registrar ?

Any special advice ?

EDIT: Finally the domain name was bought by some major [cybersquatting] company that offers to sell it back to me for 2000$. F*** o**

I want to buy a .com domain name that is [supposed to be] expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain ? Icann ? old registrar ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever ? (for no fee ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically ? (=to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...) Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side ? (no whois update) How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly ?

What should I do ?

Complain to icann about missing/lying whois information ? => does this operation gives me special rights ? I don't want the whois to be corrected for someone else registering it before me

If not what type of dispute could I open at Icann ?

Should I try to get help from another registrar ?

Any special advice ?

I want to buy a .com domain name that is [supposed to be] expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain ? Icann ? old registrar ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever ? (for no fee ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically ? (=to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...) Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side ? (no whois update) How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly ?

What should I do ?

Complain to icann about missing/lying whois information ? => does this operation gives me special rights ? I don't want the whois to be corrected for someone else registering it before me

If not what type of dispute could I open at Icann ?

Should I try to get help from another registrar ?

Any special advice ?

EDIT: Finally the domain name was bought by some major [cybersquatting] company that offers to sell it back to me for 2000$. F*** o**

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Can't register for a name that is "confiscated" by [censored]

I want to buy a .com domain name that is [supposed to be] expired for 64 days now (according to whois.net)

DNS say the domain does not exist.

Wayback machine shows it was a parking 3 years ago but since then it's down. Icann Whois doesn't know about this domain.

Whois.net and gandi says it was registered by [censored] and it is expired for 64 days but still in redemption period.

[censored] says the domain is registered but they offer a negociation service for 70$ (with no guarantee)

Other registrars say I can't buy it because it's registered.

I didn't see the domain on any auction site.

Legally speaking if the domain is really expired who is the "owner" of this domain ? Icann ? old registrar ?

Could a registrar confiscate a name forever ? (for no fee ?)

Can I trust [censored] to behave ethically ? (=to accept selling the domain for regular fee without trying to register it for themselves and charges me for $$$$$ later) It looks like [censored] got a rather bad reputation (helping squatting...) Will they charge the 70$ if error is on their side ? (no whois update) How great are chances to see the domain land on auction site if I contact them directly ?

What should I do ?

Complain to icann about missing/lying whois information ? => does this operation gives me special rights ? I don't want the whois to be corrected for someone else registering it before me

If not what type of dispute could I open at Icann ?

Should I try to get help from another registrar ?

Any special advice ?