..sounds good doesn’t it ?
Unfortunately, just like looks, domain names can be deceiving.
The company in question here came to our attention with delightful weekly junk faxes. Using up our time, ink, paper and patience.
Polite requests to be removed from their spamming list have fallen on deaf ears.
Further research reveals a catalogue of horrors, please read (if you dare)
Whirlpool forum discussion about domainnames.com.au
Here’s a typical excerpt:
I have just had the most fun in a long time with domainnames.com.au
I chose them to buy a domain name from because I stupidly thought it was an Australian company. I wish I had seen the other comments on here before hand it would have saved me some wrist cutting experiences. I have never had to deal with so much arrogance and rudness and just plain vindictiveness.
Don’t get fooled by the swanky domainnames.com.au domain name, and beware, there are many other companies trying to fool you into renewing your domain name with them. Some will send convincing letters (real paper ones) to you.
Caveat Emptor – let the buyer beware.
Also remember the mantra to Never Ever Buy From Spam Emails or Faxes.