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  • MRGTB
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    Originally posted by NashTax View Post
    I think they've fixed it. It says 'Taken' now.

    I was going to register it to see if it was an error
    I would have had that domain 3 days ago if they were right about it being available

    The hits from that domain name would have been worth its weight in gold. For example - sex.com is the most valuable domain on the net worth millions. I watched a program not to long ago about how the original owner of that domain had it taken from under his feet in a shady scam. And how he got it back through the courts years later. Only after the guy who had it for years made a fortune out of it first. Very interesting documentary it was and it was very interesting to see, real eye opener!
    Last edited by MRGTB; Tue 8 Aug '06, 6:07pm.

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  • WurkAnimal
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    Originally posted by Gary Bolton View Post
    Bad lookup is not the word, according to there site

    sex.cc is up for grabs
    I think they've fixed it. It says 'Taken' now.

    I was going to register it to see if it was an error

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  • xjuliox
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    I have a .cc domain is my coloring.cc that I use for an arcade site. Since it is brand new and when search engines pick it up it should be there in the first page for keyword "coloring"

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  • Zachery
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    If they did a lookup and got bad information then theres nothing that they can do about it. vbulletin.cc is registered to Jelsoft

    always

    whois.sc/domain

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  • MRGTB
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    Bad lookup is not the word, according to there site

    sex.cc is up for grabs

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  • Zachery
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    Probally a bad lookup on the local end.

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  • MRGTB
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    Here is an example.

    Go to Namecheap and do a search for vbulletin.cc and you get this.

    Domain Name: VBULLETIN.CC
    Registrar: GO DADDY SOFTWARE, INC.
    Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
    Referral URL: http://registrar.godaddy.com
    Name Server: NS1.JELSOFT.COM
    Name Server: NS2.JELSOFT.COM
    Status: CLIENT-UPDATE-PROHIBITED
    Status: CLIENT-RENEW-PROHIBITED
    Status: CLIENT-XFER-PROHIBITED
    Status: CLIENT-DELETE-PROHIBITED
    Updated Date: 30-aug-2005
    Creation Date: 24-jan-2003
    Expiration Date: 24-jan-2007
    Now go here and try to register "vbulletin.cc" and it is available.

    https://www.eukhost.com/mb/order/ord...it=next+%3E%3E

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  • MRGTB
    started a topic .cc domain name extensions

    .cc domain name extensions

    Are domain names that end with .cc any good. or are there any pitfalls you should be well aware off first in having a site like "mysite.cc" compared to mysite.org or mysite.com etc.

    Also, how comes I can search GoDaddy or Namecheap for a certain domain name that ends with .cc like "mysite.cc" and it shows as taken. Yet with my host who lets you register a domain with them when you take a new account out if your not transfaring a domain too them. It shows as available to purchase. What gives there, how comes my host shows it up for grabs tp purchase. (but it would finish up registered to them when you do a "Whois" on the domain name after you get it through them) I might add. Yet GoDaddy and Namecheap both say it's taken?

    How can my host sell me a domain throught them, that according to both GoDaddy and namecheap is already taken up. And if you visit the address there are banners there on it too. Indicating it is in fact taken!
    Last edited by MRGTB; Mon 7 Aug '06, 3:21pm.

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