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Re: how do I get my domain site back and working
Posted by Steve on 12/02/07
(5) Comments

    Heather:

    Step 1: Go to the Network Solutions web site and search for
    the owner (which shoule be you) and the ICANN registrar for
    your lost domain, e.g., foobar.com (I believe the new ICANN
    registrar for that failed Avid outfit is now ENOM or
    something like that.)

    Step 2: Go to the ICANN registrar for your domain (i.e.,
    foobar.com) and try to access your account. If this is
    unsuccessful, find another ICANN registrar, a reputable,
    high quality service like GoDaddy or Dotster, open an
    account with them and 'pull' (reassign) your domain from the
    old registrar to the new one.

    Good luck in the meantime!

    Steve


    On 12/02/07, Heather O'Brien wrote:
    > Help, So I was pretty much scammed out of my website. I
    > have been with Avid hosting for over a year and now they
    > are gone and so is my website. I am so computer
    > illiterate . Can anyone help me out on how to get my
    > website up and going? I already paid for my domain
    > through them. Do I need to go and submit a new site?? I
    > have all my business cards with my website on them and now
    > have no website to go to. Help!!! I don't know wwhat to
    > do.
    > Heather

    Network Solutions domain registrar help