But that still doesn't address the whole picture, especially the other threads you linked giving HugeDomains and a few others API access while everyone else is left to fend for themselves. This would still be an unfair advantage that GoDaddy obviously doesn't see the need to do something about in a timely manner. Progress? @Joe Styler has been managing GoDaddy Auctions for years allowing all kinds of corruption to ensue including this and he has done nothing to fix it because he is the problem, but ironically you think him having more power will positively change anything when the only thing it will do is make it easier for him to cover up his corruption. He has been in a position of power to change this for years, but has failed miserably and you still think he is great? And as he said, he definitely won't be implementing anything promptly. The only reason @Joe Styler gave for not allowing access to the API was because they were working on a new improved API, but that is a terrible excuse to cover their corruption considering they still allowed access to a select few and this was 4 YEARS AGO and you still think Joe has your best interest in mind and is making progress when he has done absolutely nothing about this issue for years now and as you can see above, he's not going to be doing anything about it!