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    If I want a domain to expire do I just not pay the invoice that has been issued?

    The domain renewal date is 11th of june but I have already recieved an invoice for its renewal. I do not want the domain to be renewed! What action should I take as I can see no way to stop this invoicing ?

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    Please submit a ticket with Spry Billing to express your intent to cancel the domain registration - allowing the domain to expire by skipping the invoice would result in an overdue balance on your account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey56657 View Post
    If I want a domain to expire do I just not pay the invoice that has been issued?

    The domain renewal date is 11th of june but I have already recieved an invoice for its renewal. I do not want the domain to be renewed! What action should I take as I can see no way to stop this invoicing ?
    Thank you for submitting your ticket. This was handled via the support desk and the domain will not renew.
    Tim W.
    Sales / Billing Dept.

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    I register a domain with tucktail.com & it is going to expire shall i renew it from the same website becoz they are providing the service of renew the domain name i have one doubt that whethewr to renew a domain name or we have to buiy the new one. need help pls.........

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    You will need to follow up with the company you registered a domain with for assistance with your domain.

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    mkcitizen's information is very useful. Thanks for this information.........

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