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