The last article I wrote on this was two weeks ago – “Godaddy – This Is A Dog’s Breakfast”.
Update On Domains In Question
The first one was USR.com.au. GoDaddy didn’t sort this problem out – the buyer did. I emailed them a link to my article, and they organised the Change of Registrant. Whilst the way they did it wasn’t strictly legal in terms of auDA policy, at least it is now in their name. (Domain was still in my company name, but as they were registrant contact, they could do a COR to themselves via their new registrar Synergy Wholesale).
With regards the second domain – JMF.com.au – yesterday, I received the following:
When I opened it, this was what I got (note how many pages there are down the bottom). Whilst completing and signing the form was fairly easy, I just can’t believe that in this day and age GoDaddy puts their customers through this torture. UniRegistry is an overseas registrar, and their Change of Registrant system for .au domains is streamlined and electronic. If they can do it, why can’t GoDaddy?au_registrant_update_confirmation_-_jmfcom
Ned O’Meara – 17th November 2016