Labeled as information in Domain Industry News, started by James Iles, Mar 4, 2021
Yupper I am more than OKIE!! thanks for asking
You come across as quite intelligent, undoubtably you are, then the profanity and disgusting words. It’s kind of funny if you look at it through someone else’s eyes.
4. Dark web stuff
5. Email from namecheap
6. The secrets
I dont know how you backed this guy with a tank into a corner with a $12 pellet gun
for a whole year. Usually when people come here acting mentally unwell, when there is nothing wrong upstairs, their allegations without proof, get dissected.
No resistance. Your subtle man @barybadrinath
I believe there is way more to this than meets the eye. Tell us something we dont already know. A trick or an email from namecheap, a secret.
I’ll bet there was secrets, people love to talk
You shared example of muscle in another post with a .com was for sale.
Show me how Brett taught you to make money on dark web. Share with us.
Your holding most of the cards and you seem to have quite a stockpile of ammo.
Mainstream Media you know what they think of us, were scalpers, squatters, extortionists. Their talking about this, not writing about it.
We can have coffee in Barriere anytime @barybadrinath a mindful talk in the mountains.
@lambo.com i apologize to you. I should have said alleged. After all this time, nothing been proven. I should turn my firewall off so you can reach through the monitor and slap me in the head so hard, there will be sh*t on every server in north america. Epik probably be resilient to it.
i deserve it.
This not all godaddy fault until we know the facts, not fiction
Yes, and I registered that.
It's ok, no problem. Onwards.
I am sorry if I said anything wrong. Opposite party and his hired ppl have harassed my family , have called me scammer and created so many fake threads. I guess that's also profanity.
Regarding namecheap , pls ask namecheap to post the emails.
Dark web- well I cannot tell everything here but if you want to get an idea how money is earned from it , then I recommend you to buy a ticket to ox ranch and ask them to show you a private cabin named as GOVERNOR'S MANSION.
There you will be able to see all the latest setup required for it. ( Only if they give you access to gov mansion and if setup is not removed after my this post ).
I am in for coffee in the mountains.
Agreed. However, even if there was a crime commitment by defendant (ox) a lawsuit/or court order in India would mean nothing. They have no jurisdiction in the USA, and rightly so.
There's a reason your inbox has a trash can. Bin it and wait for lawsuit/court order to be filed within the right jurisdiction.
"Google’s domain ownership fraud in India is far worse than puneet agarwals’ dispute with brent oxley, yet any forum thread would get deleted."
source (dfforum) | PDF attached
(While reading this you will keep guessing and wondering ...)
If any of this true, then I don't even know what to say. This is twilight zone level stuff.
Nice! Every little bit of publicity helps.
I don't have enough coffee to explain my reason for not uploading y documents in the "....Plus Millions of Dollars Worth ... Please tell us more" thread, here.
This means anyone who owns a 128 core powered bot server can find your docs / bills in +/- 48 hours.
If you don't want people to be able to get a copy - then don't put it online for G's sake. Once the hacker has your data, he can use it for various ... imagine.
Ok. Update @Paul Nicks ?
.... pay his renewal fees for domains at GoDaddy .... // (pdf attached)
... authorized to charge ... // He has access to it (pdf attached)
(NOTE: I'm NOT affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way connected with the parties involved - B.O., P.A. GD reps. This finding means that without a internet crawler / AI bot, I will not have the ability to locate the attached doc. The information included at this site - Namepros - is for educational purposes only. Do not PM for more information.)
If Brent accepted to pay for some of his renewals, that doesn't mean that Puneet was authorized to use that card for unlimited time and unlimited amounts. So, at the end of this, Puneet doesn't want to comment on the court case or provide any evidence, but he can throw trash left and right. Brent doesn't wan't to get dirty, so he tries to not comment to much. Godaddy is waiting for some miracle for this to end, so that they don't need to change anything and they can say at the end that they would have unlocked them anyway. The only one's who are loosing something are us, because we know that we could be the next one's sacrificed by godaddy( and any other registrar accepting stuff like this).
Wow. Interesting story.
If it’s all true than I know an easy solution to all the problems mentioned.
It would require all the registrars and more to come together as well as all who have an interest in the industry
Okay can someone summerize what's going on up to today? I've past my reading quota for the month so I need a summary please.
@LarryDomain A 'domainer' from India has filed court proceeding papers against the owner of Create.com. (No court order has been made by the court.) The plaintiff then told GoDaddy who stopped the owner of Create.com from moving his domain (although no court order was in place). GoDaddy has refused all reasonable requests to undo their action and instead ignored the owner.
RESULT = Most people realise that GoDaddy are as bent as (*&*(^*&^*)*^ (insert your own word).
Revolution against GoDaddy going on - and rightly so.
On a different note than my last comment is there not an international world reinsurance plan for this industry that includes in the policies a provision for loss of use and/or errors and omissions coverage?
If you've already exceeded your reading quotas for the month, then even reading a summary would be counterproductive.
Your fav rockstar Brent sir has already commented a lot and has already got dirty along with his associates. Whom are you trying to give good pr now.
Regarding cc , it's better to have your facts right before speculating.
All, I’d like to provide the community with another update on the recent situation. I appreciate all the opinions and engagement from the community.
As we reviewed our policies and procedures, our goal was to do what’s right for our domain investors and to protect the industry from domain theft. Your domain names need to be accessible and sellable, we get it. To be clear, this isn’t just about Brent’s issue, it’s about the long-term health of the aftermarket. The aftermarket has changed in the last 20 years, and our long-standing policy needed to address these changes.
Frankly, we needed to evolve with the times. After many discussions with outside experts, lawyers, and trade groups, we believe we have found the right balance. The new solution allows domain investing businesses to proceed while having robust anti-theft measures.
Moving forward, when we are notified of a legal dispute between two parties, we will not lock domains by default as we had previously done. We will review each notification and reserve the right to impose a 30-day interim hold, in part to help protect against improper domain flight, until a court order is obtained by the complainant. If a court order has not been received within 30 days of implementing a hold, then we will remove the hold.
While we can't guarantee we can stop all abuse of our system, we will use best efforts and multiple layers of review to root out potential bad actors.
As this rolls out, please let me know if you hear of any issue the new policy is raising. We'll continue to listen to your feedback and review our policies to ensure they do what's right for the domain investor community, while still maintaining antitheft practices.
That sounds like a reasonable policy to have,
Is this only for Godaddy or is it going to be Industry wide.
By the way I would change the 30 days to 90 days to give people enough time to obtain a court order.
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