Once the buyer has accepted your bid, the purchase will go into to escrow. We use Escrow.com, an accredited escrow company, as a secure third party to protect the Buyer and Seller. The escrow process works as follows:
Both parties agree to terms of the transaction, which includes the domain name(s) and sale price.
The Buyer submits a payment, selecting check, money order, wire transfer, or credit card online. Escrow.com verifies the payment.
The Seller has to complete a form to transfer any domain names to another party. For some registrars (example: Network Solutions or Register.com), this form may have to be notarized and dated.
Transfer of the domain name usually takes 2 to 3 weeks.
When Escrow.com can verify the domain has been transferred to the Buyer, the Seller is paid by check or wire transfer. The transaction is complete.
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We have a variety of premium domains in many niches. We recommend an opening bid of at least 85% of the asking price or your offer may be ignored. If you have other questions or you wish to submit a domain for possible inclusion, click here.