I just registered two domains with Namecheap. Unfortunately I paid them twice as my internet got stuck. Is there a way to reverse one transaction. Also I can't open both the urls when I try opening them. What might be the problem?
I did a little research and it looks like Namecheap doesn't have consistent, positive feedback. Here's a link for you to read: http://currenthomebusinessreviews.com/n … m-or-legit Hope this helps!
Why are you asking random Hub users instead of asking the folks at Namecheap? They are the ones who are going to be able to help you, as it's their business and their services.
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