PacNames didn’t provide AuthInfo code within 5 days, according to breach notice.
ICANN is threatening to cancel accreditation of New Zealand domain name registrar PacNames Ltd for the registrar’s failure to provide a domain transfer out code.
In a breach notice dated June 10 (pdf), ICANN says PacNames has repeatedly failed to provide copies of written communications between the registrar and the registrant of AnimeInfo.net.
It appears that the domain registrant is upset over not receiving an AuthInfo code to transfer his domain to another registrar. ICANN claims Pacnamaes filed to provide the code within 5 days.
PacNames also owes $1,000 in past due accreditation fees, according to the letter.
In other compliance news, a couple domain registrars have recently cured their breaches. Both Dattatec and DomainSnap have cured their breaches.