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Terms and Conditions



Your order for a UK based name (.co.uk & .org.uk) will be processed before payment.
If paying by cheque we require payment within 5 days
After this period if the payment has not been received we reserve the right to either:-
a) cancel the registration; or
b) increase our charge for the name to 80; or
c) reserve the right to withold the tag release because of non payment.
The choice will be ours - in short we are offering a pre-payment service and would expect you to honour your part of the contract by return.
Payment can be accepted by credit card online - here
or by faxing your details to us: 01253 596437
or by sending us a cheque

Any contract made with us does not affect the consumers' statutory rights.

Terms for registration of .co.uk/.org.uk/.ltd.uk/.plc.uk names
When the domain name is registered on your behalf you will also be subject to the terms and conditions of Nominet UK which are available for inspection at http://www.nic.uk/terms.html

Terms for all products including .com .net and .org names
Indemnity
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless www.your-name-here.co.uk, CORE and any applicable domain name registry, including Network Solutions, Inc., and the directors, officers, employees and agents of each of them, for any loss, damages or costs, including reasonable attorneys' fees, resulting from any third party claim, action, or demand related to your domain name or the use thereof.

Your order with us constitutes your acceptance of our terms and conditions.
But hey....let's try and keep things simple.