gTLD Domain Registration Policies

1. Overview

The Generic Top Level Domain Name (gTLD) Registry Policies (the “Policies”) details and links to specific terms and conditions you must fully comply in order to be a registrant of a specific gTLD.  You agree and understand that domain names are administered by a multitude of different organizations and that each of these organizations has different terms and conditions for the registration and administration of their domain names as well as for domain name dispute procedures. In this respect, for the domain names you register through BARBERO & Associates, you acknowledge, understand and agree to the terms and conditions of each gTLD Registry.  Additionally, you also agree that you understand and agree with the General Policies that apply to all gTLDs.

The terms "we", "us" or "our" shall refer to BARBERO & Associates.  The terms "you", "your", "user" or "customer" shall refer to any individual or entity who registers a domain name through BARBERO & Associates for one of the gTLD Registries detailed in this document.

Registration of a domain name of any gTLD registry signifies acceptance of the Policies and that you have read, understand, acknowledge and agree to be bound by the General policies and the respective Registry policy. 

You also understand and agree that it is solely your own responsibility to keep informed and up-to-date on the current respective Domain Policies connected to the domain names you have registered at BARBERO & Associates. You also understand and agree that a violation of any current Domain Policies due to your failure to keep up-to-date is a material breach of the Domain Name Registration Agreement with BARBERO & Associates.

2. gTLD General Policies

By registering any gTLD governed by the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) you understand and agree to abide with the following policies that govern all gTLDs at HEXONET.

Informational Renewal and Restore Price Notice for gTLDs

All prices shown or displayed at are only estimates and for information purposes since no domain name registrations or services are available for purchase directly at  BARBERO & Associates domain registration and service platform is located at website, where all legal and finalized contracted prices for customers are available at the point of domain or service registration which may be more or less than the default prices below. For more pricing please contact sales at

gTLDsAnnual Renew Fee (net) per DomainAnnual Renew Fee (incl. 20% VAT) per domain
.com, .net, .org 39.00 EUR 46.80 EUR


gTLDsRestore Fee (net)Restore Fee (incl. 20% VAT)
.com, .net, .org 80.00 EUR 96.00 USD

Appendix 1 - Handling of Personal Data

Registrant consents to following handling and purposes of Registrant’ Personal Data by the Registry Verisign, Inc. (“Verisign”) that is submitted to Verisign by the Registrar. "Personal Data" refers to data about any identified or identifiable natural person such as a person's name, postal address, telephone number and email address.

For the .name TLD, Verisign is required to operate and support a “thick” or “extensive” Whois Service that also provides public query-based access to Personal Data of domain name registrants provided to Verisign by registrars for the .name TLD (collectively, the “Registrant Personal Data”). Verisign’s collection, use, and disclosure of such Registrant Personal Data is described below.


Verisign collects Registrant Personal Data as a part of the service data registrars provide to Verisign via the SRS. This Registrant Personal Data includes, but it not limited to, the Registrant’s name, administrative and billing contact names, addresses, phone numbers, facsimile numbers and email addresses.


Verisign will use, copy, distribute, publish, modify, and otherwise process Registrant Personal Data in order to comply with ICANN’s technical requirements, including the requirements to operate and support a Whois Service. Registrant Personal Data may also be disclosed to, and used by, Verisign’s vendors, escrow agents, consultants, and other service providers engaged by, or working with, Verisign and who need access to such Registrant Personal Data to perform services for Verisign (collectively, the “Verisign Service Providers”). Verisign and/or the Verisign Service Providers also may use Registrant Personal Data for internal reports, benchmarking and statistical analysis, and/or to improve Verisign’s products and services, provided that any public disclosure of such reports, benchmarking, or analysis will be based on aggregate data that does not identify individual Registrant Personal Data.


Registrant Personal Data also may be disclosed: (a) if Verisign is required by law to disclose such Registrant Personal Data to local, state, federal, national and/or international government or law enforcement authorities; (b) in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities or suspected fraud; (c) to enforce or apply Verisign’s agreements, including, but not limited to, the Registry Agreement with ICANN for the .name TLD; and (d) in order to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of Verisign, Verisign’s employees or customers, or the public at large.


Circumstances may arise where, whether for strategic or other business reasons, Verisign decides to sell, buy, merge, or otherwise reorganize businesses or business units in some countries. Such a transaction may involve the transfer or disclosure of Registrant Personal Data. It is Verisign's practice to transfer and/or disclose all Personal Data, including Registrant Personal Data, in compliance with applicable law and to seek appropriate protection for such Personal Data in these types of transactions.


Verisign has commercially reasonable security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, unauthorized disclosure, alteration, or destruction of the Registrant Personal Data. As with any transmission over the Internet, however, there is always some element of risk involved in sending Personal Data, including Registrant Personal Data, and Verisign cannot guarantee against, and will not be liable for, any loss, misuse, unauthorized disclosure, alteration, or destruction of Registrant Personal Data.


If a Registrar would like to access and update, delete, or correct any Registrant Personal Data maintained by Verisign, such Registrar may make such update, deletion, or correction through the Verisign SRS.

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