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Network Solutions Certified Offers: Do People Use Them Often?


Certified Offers

I've had a few people ask me about the Network Solutions Certified Offers program. This programs allows domain buyers to use the services of NetSol to acquire domain names stealthily, where the company negotiates on behalf of the buyer. (more…) → Read More

Network Solutions Offers $6.99 Registration Discount Code Promo


One complaint I hear about Network Solutions is that the price of a .com domain registration is way too high when compared to other companies like Moniker, Godaddy, and

I just learned that Net Sol is currently offering new registrations for $6.99 when you use this promo code: PCXXX04007. This is a pretty big savings when you consider the regular price of a .com domain name is $34.99 at NS.

I also noticed that Network Solutions offers a 100 year domain registration, something that might be interesting if you have a domain name you know you'll never want to sell and want to protect. With this discount code, the cost is $999.99.

I don't think this code is valid for transfers or renewals.

I don't love Net Sol's customer support, but I do know a number of companies use them, and this code will bring a pretty big savings. → Read More

Expedited Fax # at Network Solutions


I recently bought a domain name from a company who hadn't touched its domain name since the late 1990s. At the time, they were using Earthlink for Internet service, and the Registrant Contact was listed as Earthlink, while the Administrative Contact was their company contact information. The domain name was registered at Network Solutions, and although they had some control over the domain name, they didn't have full control.

As a result of this, the owner was unable to push the domain name to my Net Sol account, and he was also unable to send me the transfer authorization code so I could transfer it to Moniker. Network Solutions required that he would have to fill out a Primary Contact Replacement form and fax it back to them to verify domain ownership.

Long story short, they said it would take either a couple or a few days to review the form and approve the change. In the life of a domain reseller - and/or anyone who has five or six figures sitting in an escrow account awaiting a domain transfer - two or three days is a long → Read More