There's not a contract to operate as a drop catcher as such is there? They are just a registrar that built a system that registers domains super fast after expiry. No extra licence needed, just the skills.
They are a registrar as far as auDA is concerned - there are no drop catcher licences.
If you have issues with the registrations you have made via Netfleet, complain to auDA on the basis that they are a registrar.
Yes, revoke their registrar contract. Same thing as far as I'm concerned . . . revoke for breaching multiple auDA policy rules . . . including holding onto domain names for 17 days, etc... and as of this moment, 5 days and counting with one of my names...
They are Snoopy. Whilst Robert does get a bit emotive, I think we'd all be pissed if this happened to one of our domains for such a long period. And it's not just him that it's happened to.
But once again, communication does solve things Robert. I have offered to set you up with your own batphone. Whether you or your pride agree with this or not, if you and Nikki cleared the air and started with a clean slate, everyone will be a winner. Imho.
Crap happens at every registrar - and sometimes it can also take a while to sort things out. I speak from experience as a domainer - and as a past registrar . As a professional domainer for the last 10 years, I've made it my business to know how to contact the right people at every organization I deal with.