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Registered a hurricane Irma domain? Free returns are now possible

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GoDaddy is now accepting the cancellation and refund of domain names registered during hurricane Irma.

Dozens of “hurricane Irma” domains were snatched by enterprising domainers before and during the devastating hurricane that engulfed Florida.

Most of these domains have no real use whatsoever.

“We’re be issuing refunds for the next 30 days, if requested,” said GoDaddy VP of Social Media Propaganda, Mike Hunt.

“At GoDaddy, we offer 100% satisfaction guarantee, it’s what we do to keep our customers close and the customers of other competing registrars closer!” exclaimed Mike Hunt.

By issuing refunds, GoDaddy follows retailers such as Wal-Mart, TARGET, Publix, Walgreens and others that accepted water, batteries and partially consumed food after hurricane Irma passed.

“Domainers should have the opportunity to realize that registrations of tragedy-in-the-making domains are wrong, and we’ll help them figure that out by donating the ICANN fee paid to the Red Cross,” said Mike Hunt.

If you have any hurricane Irma domains registered at GoDaddy, contact them now and don’t partake in this kind of domain registrations in the future.


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One Response to “Registered a hurricane Irma domain? Free returns are now possible”
  1. Larry Scott says:

    This is the stupidest thing ever. As an investor you know the risk you are taking by registering a domain name. Considering most of these names were hand reg the investor should eat the cost. Its the rules of investing.

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