- Report: #319837
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Complaint Review: Godaddy
Godaddygodaddy.com Internet U.S.A.
Godaddy.com Godaddy My domain name was taken after doing a domain name search at their website. It showed available but when I returned later to purchase it showed registered to Godaddy. Internet
*Consumer Comment: GoDaddy Bought Our Domain Names
*Consumer Comment: Risking billions?
*Consumer Suggestion: what was the domain name?
*Consumer Comment: Ethics is not this company's strong suit.
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Not Likely
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I went home after work that day to discuss the website venture with my wife and we agreed to it. When I got online and returned to purchase the name it was taken. I was so disappointed so I did a Whois search to see who had gained the domain name and it was showing registered to Godaddy.
I went to the website I was trying to obtain to see it and it was parked by godaddy. They have a doamin name auction service that lists high appraised domain names for sale. So if you really want a domain name you will have to pay to obtain it.
I feel that godaddy is monitoring the domain name search and using the data entry history to market your domain search ideas at a higher price. Do not search your domain name their website unless you are going to secure it immediately. Use an outside Whois search that does not sell domains.
San Antonio, Texas
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/20/2008 10:57 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Godaddy/internet/Godaddycom-Godaddy-My-domain-name-was-taken-after-doing-a-domain-name-search-at-their-web-319837. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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