FW: [DNS] Expiry date vs. Invoice date

FW: [DNS] Expiry date vs. Invoice date

From: Ian Johnston <ian.johnston§infobrokers.com.au>
Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 14:30:55 +1000

There's a complaint's process set out in the Code of Practice, due to
be published soon.  There's an Interim Code at
<www.auda.org.au/docs/auda-2002-13.txt> which briefly covers
complaints, with a last resort complaint's process to auDA at

In brief, complaints should be formally lodged with the Domain Name
Supplier (e.g. in your case, MelbourneIT) in the first place and, if
satisfactory resolution is not achieved within a reasonable period,
then with auDA.

I'm sending a copy of this to the Code of Practice Drafting Committee
mailing list.

Ian Johnston
Member, Code of Practice Drafting Committee

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael McKinnon [mailto:mjm&#167;mentalpopcorn.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2002 12:05 PM
To: dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au
Subject: [DNS] Expiry date vs. Invoice date

A friend of mine recently registered a .net.au domain name with

The date he attempted registration on the website was 23rd of July,
MelbourneIT took several weeks to complete the transaction and he was
notified yesterday by email that it had been undertaken.  The invoice
clearly shows it to be the 6th August.

Guess what?  The expiry date for the domain name is recorded on the
as 23rd of July 2004!!  In effect this means, that he has been short
14 days on the two year fee paid.  Is this acceptable?  Is this a



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