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Discussion in 'Detagged or Suspended UK Domain Names' started by cav, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. cav United Kingdom

    cav Active Member

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    I guess you experienced domainers know who TagNames Limited are and perhaps why some of their domains have not been renewed yet. Will they ever become suspended and drop?
     
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  3. Skinner

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    LTD comps seem to get extra time, but they rarely if ever let their names drop.

    Most the domainers on here, never let anything drop.
     
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    unless they bought it by mistake linternet.co.uk :rolleyes:
     
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    retired_member9 Retired Member

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    I believe many of them will drop in fact.

    Today's 'cryptographer', 'unattended' and many other oncoming.
    Certainly after two years it can be realized that there is no commercial value in names like 'solidify.co.uk' :rolleyes:
     
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    ratboy Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Skinner I disagree. I do let stuff drop.

    If you renew before the expiry and dont pay the invoice then it can sail past expiry without suspending. I've seen that happen.
     
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    retired_member4 Banned

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    I'm still seing a lot of tagnames names well past renewal. What's the deal with that? Are they downsizing or invoices outstanding?
     
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    If you find that out, get 7 lucky numbers of them and go buy 21 lottery tickets :p

    No one (prob not even nom) know whats going on with them.
     
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    retired_member4 Banned

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    oh well, I'm keeping an eye on a load of their names anyway, might just get lucky
     
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    I just booked a catch with Dale's dropsystem.co.uk site for a domain dropping tomorrow, then I noticed in the Who-Is lookup that it says:

    Instead of the usual:

    It's registered to Tagnames, will this not be dropping tomorrow then :confused:
     
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    No, it wont drop

    Grant
     
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    Cheers Grant, oh well, I'll make sure to give Tagnames a swerve in future after reading this topic.
     
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    Why is it that TagNames domains go so far past the usual deletion point month after month?

    eetc
     
  14. Skinner

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    When you find out, you should tell Nomiment because they sure as f@#k don't know or won't say, I'm favouring the former!
     
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    I let Dale (dropsystem) know about the booked tagnames domain that wasn't going to be dropping so he could take it off his catching list to save resources, he sent me a refund straight away :cool:, cheers.
     
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    aZooZa Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    They are actually a pest :(

    Edit: We may consider filtering them out of our lists. We will also have a change to our system soon which will kick off any duff domain bookings from the public system each day. Announcement coming by email.
     
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    Quite a few tagnames names I have been watching are now suspended.
     
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    Many do become suspended, but that's often as far as they get. I've yet to hear of them dropping anything decent.
     
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    Aye, I am watching one that was due to drop yesterday. Still not dropped, but still suspended. I'm also watching one that has been suspended since f u c k ing November last year.
    Do Tagnames get special treatment from nominet or what? Seems wrong if the normal rules don't apply!!

    On another note. I'm watching 2 owned by Mrs Jello but they are not dropping either.
     
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    Scratch the Mrs Jello not dropping thingy. Looks like they are not as special as tagnames. The 2 jello names I was watching just dropped in the past 5 minutes. :)
     
  21. Skinner

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    Did you catch them ^^ ?

    I asked nomiment a few times about tag names and they either wouldnt or couldnt tell me. I'm putting my money on they don't have a f@#king clue themselves.
     
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