27 Jan '15, 4pm

NameTalent: Why Bruce Marler Can Keep

Because he’s smart, and a developer. Almost as soon as credit.club was registered, a great looking site went up on the formerly registry reserved domain name. If you have questions about how to increase your credit score, p2p lending or any other credit topics, it’s worth checking out. If you haven’t already heard, the .Club registry made a mistake (or technical error) when moving the credit.club domain from the registry reserve status in order to register it as part of the .club’s Startup.club program. This allowed the domain to be hand registered at Name.com for normal regfee ($10.99). There was a huge fuss and folks demanding answers on NamePros thread and on other forums and blogs about how someone can just hand register this caliber of name when it was previously priced at $200,000. I am not accusing anyone of any wrongdoing here or conspiracy and I certainly agree wi...

Full article: http://nametalent.com/blog/?p=6454

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