For friends, family, and people hosting domains here, I am willing to act as a domain registrar. If your domain is hosted here, I prefer that you actually do use this domain service; it allows me to keep tabs on domains that will be expiring. It is far easier to get your domain renewed ahead of time, than to let it expire and then have to try and recover it (expensive or impossible, depending on the timing).
As of July 10, 2011: Domains are being moved to "jfesler.shopco.com", which is a generic storefront site for OpenSRS (the registry we've been using all these years). By letting them run the storefront they can handle the credit card payments, and the bits about registering and renewing domains. Prices will go up 6% as a result (I've been eating the credit card charges myself in the past, to make payments to OpenSRS).
You should have received a message indicating your login/password. Please verify you're able to log in. If you lose your name/password, the site has a convenient way to resend it to you.
As a shortcut, you can use http://domains.gigo.com/. You might find this easier to remember. You can always come to the gigo.com site as well.
|Contact||http://jfesler.shopco.com/contact_us (or jfesler)|
For the popular domains, prices are at my cost (no markup). OpenSRS's wholesale price + 6% are used; the 6% covers OpenSRS's credit card fees and overhead of operating the storefront. TLD's not listed below are registrable, but with markup; contact me first to change the prices. I don't want to go through every obscure TLD by hand to set prices. :-)
Prices as of July 11, 2011 (prices may change; you'll see prices online before actually charging your credit card): Prices reflect the cost of registering or renewing a single domain for a single year. Most domains may have up to 10 years of time stored.
|TLD||Price via http://domain.gigo.com|
|.be||7.53 (renew only / no new signups)|
If your domain contact information is wrong, and you're unable to access the account to fix it, contact jfesler. I will work with you to authenticate you (usually by your voice, since I know most everybody using the service personally), and from there help rectify the issue.