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All offers on a domain name(s) can be made by filling out and submitting the
"Domain Name Offer Form" which can be found by clicking on the "MAKE AN OFFER"
button/link located on the left side of the webpage. All reasonable offers will be forwarded
to the owner of the domain name.
Information submitted will be checked for verification. If the information cannot be verified,
an offer does not have to be forwarded or accepted. Verification of information does not
guarantee acceptance of an offer. Until payment-in-full have been received, owners reserve the
right to notify (at any time) other individuals, companies, or organizations that an offer has
been made on a domain name(s). If another buyer submits a higher offer prior to the owner's
receipt of your payment-in-full, it is the owner's responsibility to notify you and your offer
may be considered as a backup offer. Owners should not consider offers from other bidders once
an offer has been accepted and after certified payment-in-full has been
received. The domain name shall (unless other arrangements have been made) continue to be
advertised until payment-in-full has been received.
Names with an asking price of "MAKE AN OFFER":
Your offer will be forwarded to the owner. It is the owner's responsiblity to notify you that
your offer has been accepted, to notify you that your offer has been declined, or to provide
you with a counter-offer.
AFTER you have been notified your offer is accepted and payment-in-full is due:
The owner should (unless other arranges are made for the transfer) FAX a Domain Transfer Agreement
to you. Read the agreement, sign the agreement, and FAX it back. The owner does not have to
transfer ownership of the domain name until payment-in-full has been received.
Payment-in-full usually includes payment by cash, check, certified cashier's
check, or U.S. money order (international money order if buyer is located outside of the United
States) for the domain name(s), registrar registration fee (minimum of one year), registrar
transfer fees (if applicable), and title company and/or attorney fees (if applicable). If
payment is by check, a domain name will normally not be transferred until after the check clears.
After you receive notification that your offer has been accepted and that payment-in-full is due, you
should submit payment-in-full within 72 hours.
When you purchase a domain name, the price you pay for the domain name does not include the
administrative fee charged by the registrar to register the new ownership to you. The cost of
the registration fee is normally $10-$35/year - depending on which registrar you
The transfer fee is the fee for moving the domain name from the registrar in which
it is currently located, to the registrar of your choice.
We no longer provide an auction page
on our website.
We reserve the right to change these policies, without giving prior notice, at any time
prior to receipt of payment-in-full for the domain name, registration fee, and
transfer fee (if this fee applies).