@Dynadot current 'improvements' bore me. I don't really like any of the ideas, actions and initiatives from communist countries. First of all, I know that they take distributed servers, which means that if you are from a communist area, then you will use servers from there and your data is subject to the local government. Secondly, you must 'message authenticate' your account in order to take normal action. Finally, if you want to withdraw your cash, then you will not be able to change your account information, including username, for at least 3 months. I remember Todd Han once mentioned that someone wanted to buy his business but he turned it down. Now, what happened to Dynadot and why it has become such a bad experience? I really don't understand how these restrictions really help prevent online fraud. AFTERNIC withdrawals have a W-9 form, dan's payer is from a B.V business, and DYNADOT's PAYPAL payer is 'Todd han' not 'Dynadot LLC'. So, are you sure that everything you are doing is for the user's sake? Now I tried to close the DYNADOT account, but I still need to comply with the 'payout policy' of maintaining the account information for 3 months. In my opinion, your request is in line with CNNIC not ICANN.