back to article FTC: Hey, Network Solutions, time we had a chat about 'refunds'

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reached a settlement deal with web hosting provider Network Solutions over the latter's handling of customer refunds. The FTC had filed a complaint against Network Solutions arguing that the biz had been stiffing users on refunds given under its "30 Day Money Back Guarantee." The …

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  2. William Donelson

    America is a farm. The citizens are the animals to be milked and slaughtered for the profit of the corporations and the rich.

    The politicians are paid by the corporations and the rich to make sure the animals stay in their places and obey.

  3. Zarno

    I can only think of this...

    "It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying 'Beware of the Leopard'."

    1. Mad Chaz

      Re: I can only think of this...

      have an upvote. Also, see icon.

      1. Zarno

        Re: I can only think of this...

        Yet more reason to always have your towel on hand. ;)

  4. Ole Juul


    canceling a one-year package would cost $34.99, while backing out of a 10-year plan would carry a $179.90 fee.

    I suppose that's what they meant by "money back". Poor Network Solutions - they're so misunderstood.

  5. Terry Cloth

    That's nice, but are any of the customers actually getting their money back?


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