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Question I have... 123 it trustable? Has anyone used it before? Hoping for any answer. Another question on my mind: New .COM/.NET/.ORG/.BIZ/.US registrations are now.



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Comments (15)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Any string attached??.

... am thinking of doing 1st year reg. there then transfer them out before they due next year...

Comment #2

You usually get what you pay for. I don't think trying to save so little is worth dealing with an unknown place...

Comment #3

They accept Credit Cards and Paypal..

I have been using for the past three years and never had any problem with their services. Their customer Support is also good...

Comment #4

Thanks, I got to know this at the right time. Will register some domains...

Comment #5

I would really advise people not to use a registrar that loses money with every registration (except .net & .biz) - there will obviously be a catch somewhere along the lines. $0.50 is simply not enough to sacrifice the safety of your domains...

Comment #6

What do you mean by this ? I just happened to register 2 HostGator names...

Comment #7

I think he might be referring to the annual renewal fees. You might pay less right now but they will get later in the renewal fees. Its just a speculation. You have to determine the renewal fees for such a low price..


What is the renewal fee for each registered domain? Would you care to share? I am also interested in trying Thanks...

Comment #8

Prior to this offer, I have paid $7.99 for my .com/.net/.org/.biz/.us names..

There are several registrars, including GD offer transfer services for $6.95 with one year extension. So it'll not be a problem if you register now and transfer your HostGator name to a new registrar at the end of first year. Who knows, by this time next year, even itself may offer .com registrations at very competitive rates than today's price...

Comment #9

Someone above said you get what you pay for. is in some way or another the same as or in conjunction with Partly same web design. I have searched for negative comments about on the net but sofar havent found any...

Comment #10, and are operated by same management..

To know more about this, visit:.


Hope this would help...

Comment #11

That won't be a problem.

I can transfer the name from here to another registrar in one year...

Comment #12

I am referring to the fact that it costs the registrars $6.49 (or somewhere near) to register a name. Therefore, by offering domains for less than what they pay (i.e. making a loss), it seems a little worrying...

Comment #13

I've heard from Moniker, that they will be increasing prices for registration, which will be adopted by all registrars..

So what one could do is register here for that price and then transfer to another i.e. after 60 days which is really beneficial looking from the price point...

Comment #14

Until when are Name's .COM/.NET/.ORG/.BIZ/.US registrations will be $5.99 ? .

Would like to check it out myself but currently both and DomainSite are 'down' currently due to mysql errors.....

Comment #15


When is this offer ending? any clue?.


Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.