RE: [DNS] Hospitality

RE: [DNS] Hospitality

From: Ron Stark <ronstark§>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 14:24:54 +1100
One of my clients tried to transfer a domain name that DNA had
registered for them.  To no avail, I might add.  All contact details
were direct to DNA, so transfer authority was always refused.

DNA also refused to provide my client with their domain password.

So we add a third option for Josh - Confiscate his passport, then start
a bidding war between those who want him trapped in WA and those who
want him released.

Alternatively let's try another tack on this.  Josh, let Rafferty and
Norrish start their own bidding war to get you and the rest of the auDA
directors to Perth.  Currently we have tickets on offer (one way, by the
look of their opening gambit).

Before long you'd have return tickets, then private chartered jets, then
cash bonuses.  Resist the temptation, though - only start to negotiate
when you are finally offered additional domain names such as joshrowe.wa
and joshrowe.vic.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: magic2147&#167; [mailto:magic2147§] 
> Sent: Tuesday, 25 November 2003 1:45 PM
> To: dns&#167;
> Subject: RE: [DNS] Hospitality
> On 24 Nov 2003 at 21:32, Ron Stark wrote:
> > Josh would probably get off the plane, only find his credit card 
> > debited with three times the cost of the air fare, then 
> told that he 
> > cannot transfer out of WA for the next two years, or until he pays 
> > treble for a new airfare, whichever comes first.
> Did these guys go to the Capital Networks/Totalnic School of 
> Customer Relationship 
> Management? CN/T however, never let you transfer out GTLDs 
> once registered with 
> them and if you chance letting them lapse they hijack the 
> names and "auction" them.
> cb
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