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If no "cancellation clause" is documented, creating one seems retaliatory. I'd also agree with Jason - $150 transfer fee seems large. Whether or not they have a case depends on your legal jurisdiction and (likely) the sentiment of the small claims court. IANAL, but a prisoner exchange approach sounds appropriate here: they pay the $150 due for work ...
$150 seems over the top for a domain transfer fee especially with no contract I don't think you can charge a cancellation fee if there was no contract detailing the fee and the circumstances under which it was payable You do not mention what the 5 hours are for? Could they dispute that? As there are no contracts, IMO, the risk associated with this going ...
Have you thought of using a completely different name, some thing completely off the wall as yahoo and google did. I know it's good to have keywords in the name but if you can't then why not?
The use of the .io domain has a few benefits: The .io namespace is far less crowded, which means you have a much better chance of getting your domain name. It is shorter than .com, .org, and .info and while it is different, it is still easy to remember. As mentioned by others, I/O (input/output) is a term which almost all people with a background in ...
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