Domain Registration Reporting Time Frame


#1

Suggestion: I was reading the DRR policy and read that we have 30 days from the day we actual “submit” our name. I want to suggest that Domain registration reporting be extended to at least 30 days after the close of a contest and not limited to 30 days after the date in which the name was submitted. The most recent name I had registered I can not report via the system even though the contest is still sitting in the finalizing winners phase. Of course I just sent it in to you guys via other means but I don’t want to feel like I need to hold out til the last day of the contest to feel like I’m covering my bases, if that makes sense.

Thanks for your time.


#2

It should be 30 days AFTER either -
The CH picks a winner Or SH picks the winners.


#3

I made a similar suggestion the other day. I had a domain registered exactly 30 days after I submitted it, so I was unable to report it even though the contest is still pending.


#4

I totally agree with this, I just wanted to post the same suggestion. A couple of times several of my domains were registered after 30 days when the contest was still pending winner selection and I wasn’t able to report them. Hope the admins will take this into consideration and change the options.


#5

I echo the above and shared my thoughts today with Deni but thought I would post here as well. SH please consider extending the 30 days AFTER the CH picks a winner or SH picks the winners. Thank you.


#6

“Domain Registration Reporting Time Frame” at least when the contest is pending - finalizing winner.

I know this has been discussed quite a few times but in wake of who is rules changed and CH reopening contests time & again, this rule needs to be changed. Also consider many a times it is not CH who registers the domain but his web developer. So at least when it is a pending contest the time frame should be removed & the usual pop up should appear.

@grant, SH, please reconsider this.


#7

Thank you for sharing your feedback.