Oh Jesus people nowdays …

First: You agree with the “Domain Name Registration Agreement” which clearly in the first lines says:

2. FEES AND PAYMENTS

(A) GENERAL TERMS, INCLUDING AUTOMATIC RENEWAL TERMS

You agree to pay any and all prices and fees (including any registration fees required by ICANN) due for Services purchased at this Site at the time you order the Services. All prices and fees are non-refundable unless otherwise expressly noted, even if your Services are suspended, terminated, or transferred prior to the end of the Services term. Go Daddy expressly reserves the right to change or modify its prices and fees at any time, and such changes or modifications shall be posted online at this Site and effective immediately without need for further notice to you. If you have purchased Services for a period of months or years, changes or modifications in prices and fees shall be effective when the Services in question come up for renewal as further described below.

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2nd: If you mention anything related to “legal action” it will automatically make things worst. Sometimes due to company policy they have to terminate communication with the customer.

3rd: Probably your domain is in the domain control panel at GoDaddy, or was , before you mention the “legal stuff” .

Is very vital and important to always read, in case of too long, control + f (find/search) for important terms in the service agreement. If you do fail to acknowledge and understand a company TOS, in case of failure, if you do follow the incorrect set of actions, you may fail to get a refund.

Was it a CC? If so, chargeback. However if the payment was through paypal but using the CC, Paypal will probably close your account.

So, are you still considering a legal case? Because is like a 99% probability that you will lose money and the case.

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