[Comments-com-amendment-3-03jan20] ICANN .com Price Increase Allowances for Verisign

contacttfinow at comcast.net contacttfinow at comcast.net
Mon Feb 10 23:58:58 UTC 2020


To ICANN owners and management,

 

The closed-door agreement with ICANN and Verisign is unfair to consumers but
profitable for both ICANN and Verisign. The 7% annual price increases over
10 years can result in a 70% price increase in .com domain names for no good
reason whatsoever other than collusion between ICANN and Verisign.

 

Both of you profit at the expense of the consumer with no logical reasoning
to support the increases other than increased profits for both
Corporations. This increase would add 70% to the current $7.85 price, which
would bring it above $13.40 per domain.

What is your justification for these increases, other than increased
profitability for yourself and Verisign? Informed consumers would like to
know. We understand that it will increase your income by $20 million at the
expense of the consumer over only 5 years. Why?

 

A copy of this email has been forwarded to my Congressional Representative -
Donald Norcross as well.

 

Sincerely,

 

Terence F. Ingram - Bellmawr, NJ 08031

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