of course we don’t like to hear that you aren’t having the experience you’re hoping for, but it is important that you keep language civil and polite to our engineers here as we discuss these issues. Agreed?
The squatting issue is indeed for your protection - many developers who have different experience levels use Netlify, for a large proportion, it is their first experience building websites and deploying to a service such as ours. I understand that this might seem like a restriction for you, but it is a security precaution for many other people who don’t want or don’t know how to deal with squatters on their accounts. It also allows us as Support to work more efficiently by minimizing the amount of times we have to intervene in these issues.
Many services require some form of verification in order to you can use domains or services. As far as this goes we are by far not the most restrictive or unwieldy to work with.
I have made note of your opinion and your complaint, but I do not forsee there being any changes to the way this operates any time soon. If you have additional feedback as to what doesn’t work for you about our services in general, we can see if we can find solutions to issues you are experiencing, OK?
For now, let’s return to the work of getting the underlying issue fixed for this specific situation. You’ll receive an email shortly, and we can work together to fix the problem there.