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Advice Wanted xxxxxxxx.org.uk will be cancelled in 7 days

Discussion in 'Detagged or Suspended UK Domain Names' started by RSK3000, Jun 30, 2010.

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  1. RSK3000 United Kingdom

    RSK3000 Active Member

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    Nominet have emailed me saying that my .org.uk will be cancelled in 7 days. If it was not too expensive I'd like to renew it. Anyone know roughly how much this would cost?
     
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    Brassneck Well-Known Member

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    Who have you registered it with - shouldn't cost more than £10 for 2 years with most registrars?

    Stephen.
     
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    It should only cost you £7, look at your registrars site at their renewal fees but don't pay something like £20 because that's a rip off !
     
  5. ukdomains United Kingdom

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    i can renew it for you £6.75

    pm me
     
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    Thanks - so it will be the standard registration fee. Will Nominet want money off me too? If so do you know how much?
     
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    Not if you register via one of the £6.99 or whatever boys.
     
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    Retired_member41 Retired Member

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    Is someone else using your acorn account, because i'm sure your the same guy that repeatedly gives out advice to people.

    And you can't even find out how much a org.uk domain is to renew, come on?

    Just hope it isn't with monster, as you probably dont own it anymore :)
     
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    Got to admit I was baffled as to why he doesn't know this :?
     
  10. RSK3000 United Kingdom

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    Hi folks my account has not been taken over.

    Its my fault for not being clearer...............

    The reason for my question is that I have never rescued a domain in the last few days before its finally cancelled - I was always under the impression that it cost a lot at this late stage to do so.

    I DONT want to just renew the domain - its much more complicated. Its gone from my control panel and its not got a tag anymore, so it means dealing with Nominet too, which I have never had to do. This is more than simply paying for two years renewal - I think.

    Nominet have a nice chart illustrating the suspension process, which is worth looking at. link. This domain is at the third box from the end.

    I think a call to Nominet and then my registrar is the answer..............
     
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    Retired_member41 Retired Member

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    Ah

    call them up, and pay for a tag change, then renew.

    £17 instead of £87

    Best of luck
     
  12. TinkyWinky United Kingdom

    TinkyWinky Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    You can renew even on day of cancellation.... still costs same old Registrar price of £5.90+VAT (or whatever it is) although not sure if you can do this only if you have your own TAG.... otherwise ou woudl have to do the day before it's dropped to be safe...

    TW
     
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