Ever felt like you couldn't reach a live person who could help? Well, that's me right now. I've been getting emails from Google that this domain registration renewal failed due to nonpayment. I would love to pay Google the $10 to renew the domain, but I can't figure out how. My domain isn't listed anywhere when I try to log into my Google accounts. I'm stumped. Since the site has always just automatically renewed, I've never needed to log in to update my information.
It's been great revealing my personal finances, frugal ways and mystery shopping exploits. However, come October 21, www.myfrugalmiser.com might disappear.
So, farewell. I'll miss you guys.
I didn't even know Google sold domain names. There is a contact page on domains.google. Hopefully, if you contact them they can figure out the renewal for you.ReplyDelete
It's confusing. I think I originally bought it from GoDaddy but the notices are coming directly from Google. I have a phone number now that I can try when they open on Monday.Delete
Don't give up! Your readers really enjoy your blog...me included.ReplyDelete
I'm going to do my best, Cindy. Thanks for the encouragement.Delete
I checked via Go Daddy by the way, and they seem to think you still own the domain name. So that's a good sign.Delete
Let's see. . . have you tried this? https://support.google.com/domains/answer/4491208ReplyDelete
And, the contact info is https://domains.google.com/contactus
24 hour chat & email response. Check it out. Long time reader, infrequent commenter. Hope you'll be able to figure it out, because I would miss you!
Thanks. They gave me a phone number I can try on Monday to get it straightened out.Delete