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Old 14 Apr 2004, 11:57 PM   #31
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In my problems which are detailed in this thread, I was able to open the domain window at joker.com with no problems once the email address was fixed.

You can see a list of ICANN registrars at the following site:

http://www.icann.org/registrars/accredited-list.html

Hope that helps!
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Old 4 Jun 2006, 11:14 PM   #32
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Angry RegistryWeb's rip off

I went thru the same hassle. When you sign up to register a domain name on registryweb.com they have a clause in their agreement.

3. You may terminate this agreement without notice subject to Contract Termination and fee procedures applicable at that time as published by us on our web site. Ownership of any domain name(s) will remain with RegistryWeb until all outstanding fees are paid.

What you don't see on their site when you register is the amount to be paid to terminate the 'agreement'. In my case they want $50.00 before I can transfer my registration. The named registrar joker.com is where your domain ends up if you don't renew. I guess that's their little chuckle: The jokes on you for registering with them.

I'm burned up with this rip off company; sadly I have 4 or 5 domains registered with them, and the bargain price for registration of $10.00 Austrailian, ($6.95), went up to $19.00 US when I renewed the first domain. Ironically, the servers for this sleazy company are in my home town: Denver, CO.

WARNING: DON'T REGISTER ANY DOMAINS WITH REGISTRYWEB.COM
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Old 19 Jun 2008, 01:56 AM   #33
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I've been having the same headaches with Registryweb. One client even PAID for his renewal TWICE and then found Registryweb has RESOLD it to someone else!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for this thread. I've created the login on Joker.com but it lists no domains under my email address (which is same one on Registryweb and IS listed on Registryweb as admin and tech contact). Like you guys, I'm no longer listed as owner on Registryweb either so I've contacted Joker to see what I can do about that and hopefully this will also help some other clients get away from them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 6 Oct 2018, 07:56 PM   #34
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Registryweb.com / sslfirewall.com / system-notices.com / Specialist Web Corporation

Registryweb.com / sslfirewall.com / system-notices.com / Specialist Web Corporation Pty Ltd have old domains at joker.com and new ones at namesilo.com. How have you succeded to transfer out your domain?
The joker.com support has directed me to the ownerchange:
https://joker.com/?mode=ownerchange
I do not know if it works.
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