Rite777 wrote: To be fair, 45 days before a domain expired auto renew collection process is not fair. It is extremely early to charge a registrant. And this goes to all registrars that has this kind of terms, service and company policy.
Actually namecheap is 30 days and not 45 days I'm pretty sure. Its not about being fair. Its their rules if you want to use them, If not then don't.
There is in no way that a Registrar can send you a bill notice of a specific date and what amount; prior the actual charging of such creditcard.
Where does it say they or anyone has to do this?
This becacuse, the keep trying collection process to charge your creditcard and trying to collect the funds from your creditcard has no specific dates and time its transaction will go through.
My credit card always has funds, thats why it called a credit card. What are you talking about a debit card from your bank or a prepaid card? Those are the kind that might not have money on them.
There can be so many attempts and tries to charge your creditcard; in this regard, it can result on a card being ban due to too many attempts and tries collecting funds. And possibly a negative consumer transaction record is placed.
Again if its debit or prepaid make sure you keep cash in it or stop the auto renewal process. Sounds like theres times you don't have money in the bank and your pissed because they are trying to charge your card. its your fault if auto renewal is set and you don't keep funds on your card.
What's your thoughts and opinion?
Keep some cash in the bank or on your prepaid card. Or get a credit card that won't be rejected as long as you pay your credit card bill of course.
This sound more and more like your pissed because of cash flow issues.