NIC.IO Domain Registry

LETTER OF APPLICATION
For the Domain Registrar's Scheme

Instructions:
  1. Copy and Paste this letter into your text editor. (A text [.txt] version is also available).
  2. Complete the letter below as indicated and fax the completed letter on your corporate stationery to +44 1225 580 550 or post to address at top of letter.
  3. We look forward to hearing from you!

FAX LETTER ON YOUR CORPORATE STATIONERY TO:
+44 1225 580 550 or PDF and email to admin@nic.IO

Registrar Section
Network Information Centre .IO
P.O. Box 4040
Christchurch
BH23 1XW
United Kingdom

Dear Sir/Madam

I would like on behalf of .................. to qualify exemption from the "NIC.IO" set up fee, equal to 50% of the registration fee.

We have registered 10 domain names ....... (list domains or give your Account ID) to qualify for your Domain Registrar's Scheme OR authorise you to charge the GBP 300.00 registration fee.

I will contact the Registry to obtain their bank information and submit ....................... to their account.

The email address to which our automatically generated domain name contract and invoice/receipt should be sent is:

The email address to which our automatically generated domain name contract and invoice/receipt should be sent is:

..........................

The email address to which our Customer Support Staff should communicate is:

..........................

The above information is supplied on the strict understanding that should one of our client fails to pay us, NIC.IO shall credit the Credit Card specified below and remove the domain name from the .IO Domain register up to a maximum of two refunds per month.

At any time you may use our "list all domain by account number" functionality (located at /dombynic.html) and NIC.IO shall prepare a statement listing all domains charged to the specified Account ID account resulting from this application.

The maximum NIC.IO is authorised to charge to the above Card in any one month is £300/£600/£900/specify.

Yours faithfully

 

[Your Name/Signature]