There are registrars that make it easy for domain investors or any customer, for that matter, to do business with them, such as buying a domain name and managing it. In this category I put GoDaddy and NameSilo, which are my favorite, although some of you might not like GoDaddy. But the fact is that there are, in practice, zero obstacles when it comes to domain registration and pushing or even transfer. Some other registrars make it extremely difficult to do business with them. Even the simple task of registering a domain name is a headache or at least a little inconvenient. I have heard many of you complain about 1&1, and I see other registrars that do not seem to allow you to create an account with them unless you have purchased a product, such as Dotster and Fasthosts, among many others. I just registered a domain name with Fasthosts and, although everything was done, from registration to payment. I will be unable to login until they contact me to confirm my details, which I guess will happen tomorrow, since today is Sunday. Really? I am not sure if they are calculating correctly, because I think that type of behavior does not attract clients, especially not domain investors. What do you think?