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I buy domain names through 123reg. Recently they changed their systme so all domains are on autorenewal without telling me.


This morning they renewed £35 worth of names without informing me they were going to. I didn't want to renew these names and would have let them expire.


Does the 7 day cooling off period cover domain names renewals?

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You will probably find it in their Terms & conditions and which no doubt you will have accepted any amendements simply by continuing to use them. It will probably say that you should visit the T&C periodicaly to keep up with any amendments.

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You do have the facility in the control panel to let domains expire (I have 123 as my domain registrar as well). They are all set to auto-renew and (unless your credit card has expired) they will auto renew.


This option is better on than off for the simple reason if you forget to renew you could loose the domain and someone else pick it up. Can get expensive and maybe impossible to get back.


Not sure that a cooling off period exists don't think it does.


You could try selling them on, Try ebay, Sedo etc.



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