All of our domain names are sold via Godaddy.com (The World’s largest and most trusted Domain Registrar) so you can be assured of a smooth and secure transaction. While they do offer transfers to other registrars we prefer to keep all of our names at Godaddy to ensure a quick and easy change of ownership to the buyer. You can still use your purchased Domain Name while at Godaddy via their DNS settings so it can be used for a website, redirect or email purposes.
Picking the right name can be like finding your ideal partner: you want to get it right; And thorough thought and research should be completed before finding the right name because building a brand is like raising a child and you want to do it right.
Once you have found your ideal name, you can purchase immediately via the link to either Godaddy Auctions or Sedo Marketplace. All of our Domain Names are priced ready to buy and are non negotiable. How do we price our domains? Its based on our experience of domain names, comparable sales and what we think the potential is. It’s a fine science or “pie in the sky” formula….but basically we value a domain on what we would create with it, what its development potential is and how much it would cost us to replace it with a similar name.
Payment is handled by 3rd Party Payment Systems like Paypal or Escrow.com or via individual in house Payment Systems from Go Daddy and Sedo. Paypal protects the buyer while Escrow acts as a Middleman until the transaction is complete. Escrow do not release the funds to us until you get possession of the domain.
Once payment is received via Escrow or Paypal, the transfer of the Domain Name is initiated to the Domain Registrar of your choice (e.g. Godaddy, Enom, Namecheap etc…). Domain transfer timeframes can vary but should take no more than 5 days. The process can be quite complicated sometimes, but don’t worry, you’ll be explained of the process through every step.
Once the domain is transferred to your domain registrar then you can update the contact details to your own which completes the change of ownership. From there you will own the domain until the rest of time (or until the end of the internet…whichever ends first) as long as you keep paying the domain renewal fee once every year (usually $10 per year)
And thats it…..