Registrants should be aware that ICANN has issued a formal notice of termination of RegisterFly.com's Registration Accreditation Agreement (RAA).
ICANN has issued a letter to RegisterFly indicating that it will cease operating as an ICANN-Accredited Registrar on March 31, 2007. Under the terms of the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA), ICANN must provide 15 days written notice to RegisterFly of its intention to terminate.
Effective immediately ICANN has terminated RegisterFly's right to use the ICANN Accredited Registrar logo on its website.
Between now and 31 March RegisterFly is required to unlock and provide all necessary Authinfo codes to allow domain name transfers to occur. Any and all registrants wishing to transfer away from RegisterFly during this period should be allowed to do so efficiently and expeditiously.
Terminating accreditation is the strongest measure ICANN is able to take against RegisterFly under its powers.
ICANN has been frustrated and distressed by recent management confusion inside RegisterFly.
When the Agreement is terminated, ICANN can approve a bulk transfer of all current RegisterFly domain names to another ICANN accredited Registrar.
Registrants should be aware of these facts in making decisions about the registration of names.