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  Post #16 (permalink)   04-10-2016, 11:47 AM
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I highly avoid non ICANN Accredited registrar whatever the price is.
ICANN Accredited registrar is must for domain registration.
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  Post #17 (permalink)   04-10-2016, 12:08 PM
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I highly avoid non ICANN Accredited registrar whatever the price is.
ICANN Accredited registrar is must for domain registration.
does that mean people should avoid getting domains from you as you are not an ICANN Accredited registrar but offer domains

many hosts do as i do.

i sell domains but i an not and ICANN Accredited registrar, but i resell through resellerclub and namecheap which are ICANN Accredited registrars
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If your company is selling domain as main product...you NEED the icann accreditation...you can't be only a reseller, is not professional.
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If your company is selling domain as main product...you NEED the icann accreditation...you can't be only a reseller, is not professional.
nothing saying you need to be ICANN accreditation. this will depend on volume you sell.

Also nothing to say you can just set up a domain only business and just resell domains.

you can resell from enom, directi, resellerclub and all these have ICANN accreditation and Nominet accreditation
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Doesn't matter where you buy !!!!
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It doesn't matter if a company has an accreditation or not. Any company can go out of business or file bankruptcy. Take a look at Namecheap just a few years ago and the issues they ran into. They are back and stronger now, but they could have just as easily collapsed.

I have used Dynadot a lot over the years because they earned my trust. We as hosts offer domain registration as a convenience, but lets face it we don't go out of our way to be a registrar. It is not our main focus.
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We as hosts offer domain registration as a convenience
Same here, no need in spending the Money with Nominet and ICANN to get accreditation
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Not really. Many resellers offer good price and are easy to get help from. It all depends on what company you are dealing with.
 
 
 


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anyone of you using netearthone? Their support no longer 24x7. Think to migrate all the domain to another registrar.

which registrar is good?
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Same here, no need in spending the Money with Nominet and ICANN to get accreditation
Well, it is good to start of course but it'll actually save you money if you have decent domain volume and get ICANN accredited. You just have to work out at which point it will make sense to go through the process of becoming accredited.
 
 
 


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Well, it is good to start of course but it'll actually save you money if you have decent domain volume and get ICANN accredited. You just have to work out at which point it will make sense to go through the process of becoming accredited.
you would need some serious funds and i would say 5000 + domains to even consider ICANN accreditation

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What you will pay to ICANN:
US$3,500 non-refundable application fee, to be submitted with application.
US$4,000 yearly accreditation fee due upon approval and each year thereafter.
Variable fee (quarterly) billed once you begin registering domain names or, the first full quarter following your accreditation approval, whichever occurs first. This fee represents a portion of ICANN's operating costs and, because it is divided among all registrars, the amount varies from quarter to quarter.
Transaction-based gTLD fee (quarterly). This fee is a flat fee charged for each new registration, renewal or transfer. This fee can be billed by the registrar separately on its invoice to the registrant, but is paid by the registrar to ICANN.
Please refer to http://www.icann.org/general/financial.html for the most recent ICANN budget to find additional details about the quarterly variable and transaction-based fees, including possible options for relief.

Other financial considerations:
Working Capital:

An applicant must demonstrate that it has adequate working capital available for the operation of the registrar business, given the registration volume reasonably projected by applicant. For applicants seeking initial accreditation, demonstration of the ability to procure liquid capital immediately available in the applicant's name at the commencement of the accreditation period in an amount of US$70,000 or more will be deemed adequate, although a lesser amount will be accepted upon a showing that in the circumstances the applicant has adequate liquid working capital. Evidence of independent verification of the capital (such as by guaranteed bank loan or by a guaranteed credit line or letter of credit from a recognized financial institution) need not accompany the application, but must be presented as a condition of accreditation becoming effective.

In cases where an applicant cannot demonstrate that it has access to at least $70,000 in liquid working capital, the applicant must demonstrate that it has sufficient resources available to meet its business needs in addition to adequate cash reserves, and that its business model does not require US$70,000 in liquid working capital for day-to-day operations.
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