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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
Steve /blockquote>

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 reg...See More
Dec 2, 2007
Steve /blockquote>

More info about transferring a domain to a new registrar
(e.g., Dotster)> I failed to note that you will need an
authorization code from the current registrar to effect a
transfer to a new registrar. Most domain registrars, including
Dotser, GoDaddy etc., provide (can you believe it!) actual
telephone...See More
Dec 2, 2007
Jim /blockquote>

Heather:

The people you want to contact are at enom.com. Enom is the
company that Avid actually bought the domain names through.
You basically have to show them documentation that the name is
actually yours. This could be bills, emails, etc - just
something that shows YOU bought the domain.

HO...See More
Dec 3, 2007
Steve /blockquote>

Heather:

From what I am reading here and from what I can glean from
their web site, Enom.com evidently isn't being very proactive
in assisting customers like yourself who were (or may have
been) scammed by one of enom's original domain resellers. That
is why I would go out and get a new registrar AS...See More
Dec 3, 2007


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