Brandon Gray Internet Services

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Brandon Gray Internet Services
Founded Incorporated 2004
Founders Darius Patel
Headquarters Markham, Ontario, Canada
Services Registers internet domain names
Website namejuice.com/index.asp

Brandon Gray Internet Services, Inc., doing business as "NameJuice.com," is an ICANN accredited domain name registry operator based in Markham, Ontario. The company is in the business of registering, renewing and transferring Internet domains and subdomains. The company and its re-sellers have become notorious for domain name scams.

The company was suspended by ICANN in July 2014, barred from registering names until Oct. 17, 2014. Using resellers, the company has sent misleading materials that are "false or deceptive to Registered Name Holders,"[1] for more than a decade. It operates under multiple re-seller names, such as Domain Registry of America, Domain Registry of Australia, Domain Registry of Canada, Domain Registry of Europe, Domain Renewal Group, Internet Corporation Listing Service, Internet Registry of Canada, Liberty Names of America, Registration Services Inc., Yellow Business.ca.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Henderson, Nicole (July 23, 2014). "ICANN Suspends Brandon Gray Internet Services, Demands it Stop Sending Deceptive Marketing Materials". the WHIR. Retrieved July 30, 2014. 
  2. ^ Chirgwin, Richard (July 20, 2014). "Brandon Gray aka namejuice suspended by ICANN". The Register. Retrieved August 2, 2014. 

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