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What TAGS are associated/linked to the GoDaddy, Monster, 123-Reg group of companies?

Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by dropcycle, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. dropcycle

    dropcycle Active Member

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    Can anybody tell me what tags are linked to GoDaddy (and associated companies).

    I know of:
    GODADDY
    MONSTER
    123-REG

    Any others?
     
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  3. ian

    ian Well-Known Member

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    Adding to this, does anyone know who MONSTER were backordering for; their own clients, or 123-REG?
     
  4. wb

    wb Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Anecdotal, but someone on another thread mentioned that a domain was caught by MONSTER and confirmed as a successful 123-Reg order.
     
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    3gmedia Active Member

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    @dropcycle

    My list of godaddy tags


    EXTEND
    THERMAL
    WEBFUSION2
    EVOHOSTING
    DAILY
    GODADDYUK
    GODADDY
    NAMEHOG
    MONSTER
    123-REG
    WEBFUSION
    DOTUKDOMAINS
    HOSTEUROPE
    MRSITE
    DATAHOSTPRO
    HEARTINTERNET
    UKWEBHOSTING
    PARAGONINTERNET
    DATAFLAME
    WILDWESTUK
    BLUERAZOR
     
  6. dropcycle

    dropcycle Active Member

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    That's helpful, thanks. I've had to TAG transfer domains that I caught during RoR away from Monster as they allocated some of them to other 123-reg / GoDaddy customers - I assume they thought they caught them...

    Can anybody recommend a registrar that is not connected to 123-reg / DM / GD or any of the above tags?
     
  7. 3gmedia United Kingdom

    3gmedia Active Member

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    Netistrar.com is good, nice platform.:)

    They caught a few names for me.
     
  8. dropcycle

    dropcycle Active Member

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    Netistrar.com (NETISTRAR) and 20i.com (STACK) look promising - and neither looks connected to 123 / DM / GD. I just need nameservers and email/web forwarding in the short term. DM had cheap renewals (when compared to 123-reg) that's why I stayed with them for so long but they now appear to have an integrated back-end that can't handle RoR domains and I can't risk the fallout from that.
     
  9. aZooZa

    aZooZa Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Netistrar's founder/CEO is @Whois-Search so you're in good hands.
     
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  10. dropcycle

    dropcycle Active Member

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    Thanks. I'll give Netistrar another look after todays drop.
     
  11. SecNam

    SecNam Moderator Staff Member

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    I will second that comment about Netistrar