we are no longer accepting new gTLD domain pre-registrations
has the Domain Source stopped accepting new gTLD domain pre-registrations?
The future of the gTLD systems is very unsure due
to the reluctance of the US government to support any plan that
would increase the number of Internet domain names available. The
Domain Source decided that until the future of the system could
be predicted more reliably, it would be in our customers' best interest
to not accept any new gTLD domain registrations.
pre-registrations being kept?
Yes! If you submitted your gTLD pre-registration before August 15,
1998, it is still in our risk-free queue and will remain there until
we can either register gTLD your domain name for you or we can inform
you that the gTLD system has been rejected. If you would like us
to cancel a gTLD pre-registration order, please email email@example.com
and we will promptly remove it for you.
ever accept new pre-registrations?
As soon as we see an increased likelihood of the gTLD system opening
on time, we will begin accepting new gTLD pre-registrations. Because
we are not currently accepting registrations, our pre-registration
queue will be significantly shorter than others'. That will give
you a greater chance of succesfully recieving the domain names you
Thank you very much for your patronage. Please be sure to explore
other srevices we offer, including .COM, .ORG, and .NET domain name
registration services, international domain registration services,
trademark protection services, and site promotional services.
August 15, 1998
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