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- From: cgomes
- Date: Tue Jun 09 08:30:27 1998
Nothing is being offered that cannot be delivered. The regulations of each
country code TLD registry are followed.
From: Winfried Haug [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 5:03 PM
To: Gomes, Chuck
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Re: WorldNIC
> idNames, now a part of Network Solutions, offers registration in country
> for companies that would like to do that. Is that fraud? What am I
well you are offering something you cant deliver... we are just about
to register domains in 30 countries for 2 customers and a lot of NICs
want a trademark
proof, that this company has a trademark in this country..
second: often the company must have an address in this country... e.g
you cant register a domain in the TLD of germany .DE if you cant
provide an adddress in germany.
what are you doing, if your customer doesnt have a "real" address in
germany ? you have lost.... btw: the german NIC is a real desaster
To do this kind of job, you need a *lot* of letters, papers etc to complete
it in all the interesting TLDs...
Well every company can do their business, i think over 17.000.- is a lot
of money...but everybody can decide to get to Worldnic or not :-)))