moniker online services, inc.

Moniker is a premium domain's escrow provider with brokerage services

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LOGO of the domain name registrar moniker

Moniker, owned by, is an ICANN accredited domain registrar since 1999.  Moniker currently holds the top 7th position after GMO internet, inc. and Directi Internet Solutions, and having at this point over 2.4 million domain names under their management.
Our sample of recently registered domains shows moniker as having a 3.48% share of domains registered after 15 January 2011.

Note : is one of the domain-specialized leaders in Internet business. The company provides various related-services for sectors with over 10 million Websites in total. Oversee brands include two of famous ICANN registrars NameKing, Moniker, as well as DomainSponsor, SnapNames, and

Moniker is a premium domain's escrow provider with brokerage services provided by its partners. Moniker lists it's expired domains for sale through SnapNames, Their partnership has been going for quite sometime now, and it is knows that they were the first to introduce online domain auction the way we know it.  SnapNames is one of the leading expired name/backorder firms in the industry.

Moniker helps its clients in re-selling their domain names, with auction and escrow services, through Moniker is also considered a pioneer in developing a domain-appraisal algorithm to esitmate the true value of a certain domain name.

Domain Name Registration:

Monikor offers Domain Name Registration Services for affordable and reasonable prices and it can be considered one of the best prices available on the web compared to offers by other registrars.

After we examined the prices list for the services provided by this registrar, we found out that registering a .com domain name costs a low price of $8.99 USD /Year.


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Thursday 23 June 2011 / 1:57:41 pm (64197 Hours 50 minutes 25 seconds ago)
Thea DeMonte
Lunch at Applesbee
My server was Kellie P. at Neighborhood Grill and Bar in Davenport, Fla. She was very sweet and her knowledge of the menu was impressive. We were there for a Thursday lunch. My friend ordered soup and a rueben sandwich, I ordered the same soup but with Penne Pasta and Three cheese with chicken. This entree made me sick to my stomach. the cheese sauce was watery and tasted like mayonnaise with garlic and chopped tomato. I could barely get thru two fork fulls. My soup however, was hot and tasty. My serial number is 067574167. I did let my server know that it was not a good meal. I suggest either you take that off the menu or rethink the contents of this entree,
Wednesday 23 November 2011 / 1:46:14 am (60537 Hours 1 minutes 52 seconds ago)
Kevin B. domain et al (.net, .info, etc)
I would like to know if the above website is available and/or for sale. one of several sites I am considering. I would be happy to keep your company hosting if all works out. please submit info to

If its easier to handle by phone, call me or text me @ (818) 395-1470

Thanks for your time.

Kevin B.
Saturday 24 December 2011 / 6:39:22 am (59788 Hours 8 minutes 44 seconds ago)
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Wednesday 24 April 2013 / 4:25:27 pm (48091 Hours 22 minutes 39 seconds ago)
Non Of Your Business
Say “spam,” and what comes to mind? For many people, it’s the unsolicited email that clutters their inboxes with offers of fast money, easy weight loss, and so-called personal enhancements. However, since Congress passed the CAN-SPAM Act, the landscape has been changing. The law covers virtually all email with the primary purpose of advertising or promoting a commercial product or service – even if it’s not sent in bulk. Although you’ll want to review your company’s email policies with your attorney, the requirements of CAN-SPAM simply enact into law the consumer-oriented policies that top marketers have been following all along.
Here’s a rundown of CAN-SPAM’s seven main provisions
No false or misleading header information. Your “From,” “To,” “Reply-To,” and routing information – including the originating domain name and email address – must be accurate and identify the person or business who initiated the message.
No deceptive subject lines. The subject line must accurately reflect the contents of the message.
Identify that the message is an ad. The law gives you a lot of leeway in how to do this, but you must disclose clearly and conspicuously that your message is an advertisement.
Tell recipients where you’re located. Your message must include your address. This can be your current street address, a post office box you’ve registered with the U.S. Postal Service, or a private mailbox you’ve registered with a commercial mail receiving agency established under Postal Service regulations.
Tell recipients how to “opt out.” Your message must include a clear and conspicuous explanation of how the recipient can opt out of getting email from you in the future. Craft the notice in a way that’s easy for an ordinary consumer – not just your general counsel – to recognize, read, and understand. Creative use of type size, color, and location can improve clarity. Give a return email address or another easy Internet-based way to allow them to communicate their choice to you. You may create a menu to allow a recipient to opt out of certain types of messages, but you must include the option to stop all commercial messages from you.
Honor opt-out requests promptly. The law gives you 10 business days to honor a consumer’s opt-out request. Once people have told you they don’t want to receive more messages from you, you can’t sell or transfer their email addresses to other marketers.
"This means you!” CAN-SPAM makes clear – and recent FTC cases have further established – that you can’t “contract away” your responsibilities by hiring another company to handle your email marketing. Under the law, both the company whose product is promoted in the message and the company that actually sent the message may be held legally responsible. The good news is that compliance is easy; the bad news is that at $16,000 a violation, non-compliance is pricey. What’s more, the penalties skyrocket for certain aggravated violations – like email address “harvesting” and “dictionary attacks” – and may even include prison time for serious offenders.
Wednesday 15 May 2013 / 4:02:47 pm (47587 Hours 45 minutes 19 seconds ago)
sexy porn
Tuesday 14 January 2014 / 1:19:47 pm (41733 Hours 28 minutes 19 seconds ago)
These people have been spamming me for months now. I am reporting them to the FCC, the FTC and the CFPB. This domain needs to be SHUT DOWN NOW
Wednesday 8 October 2014 / 3:03:01 pm (35324 Hours 45 minutes 5 seconds ago)
Paulo coimbra
Nosso empresa H.S.C.Pereira cnpj-07060336000199, a net colocor um telefone e internet em nossa empresa, mais não funciona, que devemos fazer, já ligamos varias vezes 10621, e não somos atendios o devemos fazer.

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