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British Domain Registrar Offers 'No Transfer Fees,' Charges Transfer Fee 77

Posted by timothy
from the oh-we-were-just-lying-in-wait dept.
First time accepted submitter RealSurreal (620564) writes "British web host 123-reg, which previously advertised 'no hidden transfer fees' has angered customers by introducing a £12 fee per domain for transfers out. Best of all, they didn't bother to tell anyone they were doing it relying instead on terms and conditions which say : '123-reg reserves the right to change, add, subtract or in way alter these Conditions without the prior consent of the Client.'"
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British Domain Registrar Offers 'No Transfer Fees,' Charges Transfer Fee

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  • by Opportunist (166417) on Saturday April 05, 2014 @12:46PM (#46670387)

    If your partner changes your contract in a way that is not exclusively beneficial to you, he not only has to inform you a few weeks before it becomes effective, you also have the right to terminate the contract immediately without any early cancellation fees applying.

    It sure helped to get some telcos off their bait and switch practice where they lured you in with incredible rates only to jack the price up once they got you tied down to that 2 years contract.

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