Hello everybody, I pre-registered a new ggTld of 3 characters, a few months ago. The day of go live (without receiving any notice) it is not present it in my account and not even in the label "pre-registration". Two days after I found it on sale on Godaddy to a 80.6 times higher price. Some details: - The word does not violate copyright or other - The domain was obviously "freely" bookable - The Hosting six days before the go live has confirmed to me the "ok" to proceed with the charge on my credit card before 23 May 2016. - I opened a support ticket to understand cause my domain “***.***” it’s disappeared and It’s for sale on a hosting platform, the answer was: "I Can See That the domain “***. ***” Was unfortunately reserved by the “.***” registry, the authority That oversees all “.***” domain names. " and "A domain registry may elect to reserve an unregistered domain name at any point, and as a registrar we have no influence on registry policy." - From the moment when I proceed to the pre registration of a domain, this is no longer adjustable pre by other users. If the final payment arrangement was successful, I consider there is no distinction between "pre-registration" and "registration". - From the moment when I assure to be able to pay off what was agreed and since the hosting company has confirmed the possibility of concluding the transaction, I think that possible "arrest" of the procedure should be seriously justified, otherwise, I consider that it could bring arise many "monopolies dictatorial". - The Internet domain is also understood as a ”own intellectual creation" from the moment I carry out the step of "pre registration" is because I previously spent time and creativity to choose which gSLD register, and why. Now I think that, perhaps because I am very upset and I feel infringed in my freedom to express my creativity (although it can be appreciated or not), deprived "wrongfully" for the limited purpose of profit ("first come first served in my case does not apply? ") without being alerted and on the basis of a contractual technicality, I think “Unconstitutional". I'm crazy or is this the regularity? (Sorry for my english :D ) K.