Yes, we’re a scam. We never charge you any money, and we have no intention of ever doing so.
We provide domain name registrations for a fee, and we don’t charge you anything for it. Our goal is to have a good number of domain names registered with us and to have an easy way to see the current number of domains we own. Most importantly, we like to keep a list like this publicly available so that people can check the domain name registrations and know how many domains they own with one click.
We don’t pay for domain names, we don’t pay for registration, we don’t ask for registration, we buy the right to use them.
This is a great example of why you do not register your domain name. If you register your domain name on usdomainauthority.com you are agreeing to be bound by our terms of service and may be responsible for the content of that agreement. We do this so that you are aware of your rights.
It’s a valid point, and one that we have addressed with our members. In fact, most of our customers, members and non-members alike, are aware that we do this. We do this because we want you to know that our terms of service are valid and that you should be aware of them. However, as you can tell, not all of our members are aware of how they are bound by our terms of service.
There are two types of agreements we have with you. The first is a valid, legally binding agreement in which we are legally responsible for the content of your account. The second is a non-binding, non-legal document that simply tells us that you are aware that we do this. We do this to assure you that our terms of service are valid and to assure you that we will exercise our legal responsibility even if we are not aware of your agreement.
Here is the deal. We are not responsible for any content that you use in our service or for any other reason. You have to do this and we have no reason to believe that you don’t have all of the right options.
It seems that you might know that we do this to protect your account from fraud. We do this to prevent you from having your account hijacked, stolen, or otherwise being taken advantage of by people who do not want you to have access to the content you are viewing.
The truth is, no one has really had an easy time dealing with fraud or hacking on the internet. It can be difficult to determine exactly who is behind any given incident, what the reason for the incident is, or how much information should be released in the event of any incident.