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New Sav Feature: Refunds for Renewed Domains

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Sav.com

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To bring you the best domain experience possible Sav is introducing a new feature. Starting this week if you delete a domain within 5 days of the renewal period you will be fully refunded for the renewal, saving you money and time!
 

TangoTango

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yea I've seen many new features introduced by many registrars over years...somehow they all took care and time to explain things well and clearly ... in English not in savish...

looks like this new member employee right here was eager to get to his coffee break
"in English not in savish..."

Savage.

In all seriousness, what they mean is if a domain expires Dec. 31, you can have your renewal refunded until Dec. 26 if you delete the domain.
 

alcy

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"in English not in savish..."

Savage.

In all seriousness, what they mean is if a domain expires Dec. 31, you can have your renewal refunded until Dec. 26 if you delete the domain.

they renew 1 month b4 expiry right?

u mean physically.go click delete domain somewhere? or this.new feature is all via tickets... ?
 

TangoTango

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they renew 1 month b4 expiry right?

u mean physically.go click delete domain somewhere? or this.new feature is all via tickets... ?
Yea. I guess it's whenever their renewal period is. But couldn't domainers just take a flyer on 1000 renewals for a year knowing they can get refunded if they don't sell?
 

alcy

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Yea. I guess it's whenever their renewal period is. But couldn't domainers just take a flyer on 1000 renewals for a year knowing they can get refunded if they don't sell?

well no yer refund period is like 25 days.. not a year lol

plus if u abuse this and.do too many refund they prolly ban yer azzzz
 

Sav.com

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To bring you the best domain experience possible Sav is introducing a new feature. Starting this week if you delete a domain within 5 days of the renewal period you will be fully refunded for the renewal, saving you money and time!
In the past, if your domains were renewed or auto-renewed there was no way to receive a refund if you didn't want them to be renewed. Now, if you want a refund, just delete the domain within 5 days after the renewal date.
 

ArielT

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To bring you the best domain experience possible Sav is introducing a new feature. Starting this week if you delete a domain within 5 days of the renewal period you will be fully refunded for the renewal, saving you money and time!
Hi,

Is it automatic or we have to contact support after deleting?

Does this also apply for backordered domains?
 
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Bertrell

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This announcement is cool and all, but it would be more "official" if OP had a "Sav.com Staff" badge or some other indicator (besides the registrar logo as the profile pic) that the user or account has been vetted by NamePros (a la @Alfa Mod Team @Bravo Mod Team or whoever does that) , like the one @Nick R has. As of this post, all that can be seen is "Sav.com" and "New Member."

Granted, the info presented doesn't appear to be malicious, is probably accurate and could possibly be verified by checking the registrar's site, but it helps if an official link to said info is provided as well.
 
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Sav.com

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@Sav.com I want to update my account email at Sav.com but there is no option. Also no proper way to contact. Can you take a look?

Thanks.
To update your account email you'll have to submit a support ticket, you can do that here. We do this to add an extra layer of security.
 

Sav.com

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Two factor login down for anyone else. No way to send a trouble ticket without logging in.
Posting here in hopes that @Sav.com is following replies.
Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. Until we can sort out this issue authorization codes will be sent to your email.
 
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