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  1. questionWhat is Fraudulent Invoicing for Domains?
    It is our goal to help you prevent your domain name registration from being moved to another company by deception or misinformation. If you receive mail that appears to be an invoice, which is in fact a solicitation for business, you may be the target of a fraudulent or false invoicing scheme. W ...
  2. questionUnderstanding the domain lifecycle
    When you do a Domain Whois lookup, you will see: Domain Name: DOTEASY.COM Registrar: TUCOWS INC. Whois Server: Referral URL: Name Server: DNS1.IN2NET.COM Name Server: DNS2.IN2NET.COM Status: clientTransferProhibited Status: c ...
  3. questionWhy can’t I register a recently expired domain name?
    Although a domain may have expired, it is not immediately available for registration by the general public. Depending on the registry, the domain name may be kept on hold in a renewal grace period for several weeks. It is only after the renewal grace period that the domain name will be released ...
  4. questionWhat is Domain Locking?
    Domain Locking is a feature that helps prevent domain theft, hijacking or other fraudulent transfers of domain name. When Domain Locking is enabled, any requests to transfer the domain to another registrar or hosting company will automatically fail. Domain Locking must first be disabled before ...
  5. questionDo you offer Domain Parking services?
    Yes, all domains registered though us will come with a default parked "under construction" page.
  6. questionAre there any restrictions on registering a .CA domain name?
    Yes, to hold and maintain registration of a .CA domain name, you must meet the Canadian Presence Requirements as outlined by the CIRA, the central registry for .CA domains. You can read more about their requirements here: