About Customer Service Complaint
Customer-service matters such as overbilling, multiple billing, transfer fees or Redemption Grace Period fees should be addressed directly with the registrar.
Complaints about a registrar's performance that cannot be resolved with a registrar may be addressed by private-sector agencies involved in addressing customer complaints (i.e. the Better Business Bureau or the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network).
The 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) requires ICANN-accredited registrars to provide a description of their customer service handling processes to registrants regarding their registrar services. This includes a description of the processes for submitting complaints and resolving disputes involving the registrar's services.
These requirements only apply to registrars under the 2013 RAA. Registrars still under the 2001 or 2009 RAA do not have this requirement.
To determine which RAA version applies to a registrar, visit the ICANN-Accredited Registrars page, which lists the RAA version for every registrar.
If you have a complaint regarding a registrar's description of its customer service handling process, please submit a Registrar Standards Complaint Form.