I lamented the lack of detailed statistics about how many transfers each registrar rejected. However, it turns out that some of those numbers are actually available right on the ICANN Web site.
One of the most frustrating things we deal with is helping customers transfer domain names from other “registrars” (domain name companies) to us. To do this, we ask the old company to release the domain name, and they then have five business days to either release it or reject the transfer.
There’s an obvious potential conflict-of-interest here. An unscrupulous company could easily make more money by rejecting the transfer and forcing the domain name owner to renew it there instead.
- Brief scheduled maintenance on July 9, 2015 for web11 & web12 servers (completed)
- Independence Day 2015 holiday hours
- PHP 5.4.42, 5.5.26 and 5.6.10
- Our servers are compatible with 2015 PayPal security upgrades
- Brief scheduled maintenance on June 6, 2015 for web13 & web14 servers (completed)
- PHP 5.4.41, 5.5.25 and 5.6.9
- Memorial Day 2015 holiday hours
- Cleaning compromised sites while moving them to Tiger Technologies
- Mailman mailing list software upgraded to version 2.1.20; Mailman 3 status
- Disabling SSLv3 and TLS 1.0