RE: [DNS] NetRegister Renewal Process

RE: [DNS] NetRegister Renewal Process

From: Graeme Campbell <Graeme.Campbell§>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 08:53:58 +1000
Well for my two cents I think TPP or whoever has the contract with auDA
should be spoken to and pressure applied to the Registrars who provide
serves to these people to stop such rubbish. If they continue to provide
service to such companies then the registrar should be removed.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Meadows [mailto:webmaster&#167;] 
Sent: Tuesday, 10 September 2002 10:14
To: dns&#167;
Subject: Re: [DNS] NetRegister Renewal Process

They called us today regarding a domain, and the fella said they were
their registration through either TTP or TPG...not sure as I wasn't
listening to him. :)


On Mon, 9 Sep 2002 23:57:57 +1000, ginger FISH wrote:
>If NetRegister do not have an account with a Registrar, how are they
>planning on processing renewals ?
>Is their plan to submit renewal requests directly through the
>registrar of record on behalf of the registrant, using the
>credit card details ?  Probably not.
>If a consumer responds to their mail out, requesting registration or
>renewal, and supplies his/her credit card details, the consumer is
>authorising "NetRegister" to charge their credit card. If
>NetRegister then
>use the consumer's credit card details to purchase goods or services
>another party, that would be pure credit card fraud. Worth a test,
>to their mail-out, provide your details, check your bank statements.
>Another scenario:  The folks at Internet Registry Pty Ltd
>(NetRegister) have
>20 credit cards between them and they alternate between Registrars
>and the
>credit cards used. 20 credit cards x 20 registrations x 12
>registrars = 4800
>consumers successfully deceived in one month alone, and very little
>can do about it, is that correct ??
>ginger FISH
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