Registrars Jump On Bob Parsons Video To Offer Special Discounts For Those Wanting To Transfer Domains Out Of GoDaddy.com
Two domain registrars, NameCheap.com and Domainit.com just jumped on the Bob Parsons hunting controversy by offering special discounts for domain name transfers including contributions for each domain transferred to a wildlife charity.
In response to the masses of users looking for a new provider, two companies, DomainIt and NameCheap have both stepped up to offer deals to any clients looking for a quick alternative.
Use coupon code “DomainitCares” to get the deal.
NameCheap.com sent out an email to customers today saying:
“We at Namecheap are very disturbed by this video of a competitor killing an elephant for sport.
“We’ve decided to throw our support behind our Elephant friends by offering domain transfers at a price where we actually lose money.”
“Show your protest by saying BYEBYEGD again and transfer your domains to Namecheap for $4.99 for the next 24 hours through 11:59pm EST on 3/31/11 (limit 10 per user, valid for all com/net/org domains).”
On top of that, we’ll donate $1 for each transfer to SaveTheElephants.org