NOTE: This is NOT a paid post.
After attending Namescon 2016, I decided to give Uniregistry a try.
First, I hand registered a few domains to “test the waters,” so to speak.
I love it! I am amazed at how smooth and fast managing the domains was. No hanging loops, no error messages, or complicated click-throughs to get where I needed to go.
Uniregistry is keeping it simple and stupid – just the way I like it!
So I decided to transfer some domains to them.
I had some issues, but, in the end, these issues were user-based (In other words, it was me, not them, LOL), such as forgetting to turn off privacy or forgetting that some emails were non-matching emails at the old registry. Yikes!
Then I had some Form of Authorization (FOA) issues. Again, it was a case of my not clicking on a button (not scrolling down far enough, etc., really stupid stuff).
Even so, after I submitted a support ticket, Jordan Fox Seales from Tech Support called me from the Cayman Islands, and he walked me through everything. I was so shocked.
And, THANK YOU.
At this point, I’m just a small account, not of much significance to their bottom line, but I was treated like a major player.
I recommend that potential registrants give Uniregistry.com a try, perhaps starting with a hand-regged domain that needs to be private because privacy is free at Uniregistry.
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