Registerfly is in trouble

February 7, 2007 – 10:15 pm | by Bill

I’ve been having a lot of problems with Registerfly in the past few months. Yesterday I was reading David Lithman’s blog, and I learned about an email that he received. The email is from Enom, announcing that Enom is officially dropping Registerfly as a reseller. I did some searching on several domain and web development forums, and confirmed that many other people had received the same email.

If you have any domains with Registerfly, I highly recommend that you create an account with Enom, and push your domains to Enom asap. I have eight domains with Registerfly, and I will be creating a new Enom account to move them to, and then eventually push them to an Enom account shared between me and my partner.

Here’s a RegisterFly reseller termination FAQ, and an article stating how Enom is related to RegisterFly. For more information regarding what is happening, please visit Registerflies.

Good luck to those of you who still have domains with Registerfly.

  1. 6 Responses to “Registerfly is in trouble”

  2. By Jim on Feb 8, 2007 | Reply

    Billy Registerfly was the reseller for Enom prior to a year ago… your domains are not controlled by Enom only older domains registrered prior to a year ago are.

    I moved 3 of mine to Enom but still have 12 with Registerfly and will keep them there until they are about to expire then I’ll move them to a cheaper registery I like check them out. Other people like Godaddy.

    Jim aka Narnia777

  3. By Justin on Feb 9, 2007 | Reply

    Yes they are, I emailed google about it and it has the go ahead but adbrite is not alot on the same page.


  4. By Justin on Feb 14, 2007 | Reply

    No they are with my few other adsense sites, my proxies are still making a steady income I have just seen a decrease in traffic. I assume from most people getting them blocked at school so squickly they find other programs like ‘jap’ to use with out using a web based one.

    I honestly would just say send out a myspace bulliten or two and you should be on top again.

  5. By Bill on Feb 14, 2007 | Reply

    Great, Thanks!

  6. By Bill on Feb 15, 2007 | Reply

    Some of my domains are controlled by Enom, however some of them are controlled by Registrar when they became an ICANN registrar. They have slowly been moving domains from Enom to Registerfly for the past year or so.

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