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Mediation service for transfering domains?

Mediation mediated service for transfer transfering domains

6:49 pm on Jul 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hello all...this is my first post in this section of WebmasterWorld and was hoping someone in here may be able to provide some advice with this.

I have been contacted from a company who wishes to purchase a domain I own. They have made me an offer which i have accepted, but since they are in a different country, I was wondering what the best way to carry out the transfer of funds and domain would be.

Is there any type of online mediation company that can release the domain to the purchaser once the owner confrims the receipt of the funds? Or, something similar?


6:59 pm on July 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Search for [escrow] on Google; I had an excellent experience buying a domain from a Russion registrar through the top result.

Searching for [domain escrow] gives you some further possibilities.

2:28 am on July 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Well keep it simple: Many people have used Escrow.com, as have I. I've used their services on perhaps 20 occassions.

There are a number of other escrow service providers: Sedo, Afternic and Moniker are the better known ones.

8:42 pm on July 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I have used Escrow.com nay times,never had problems with them but with Moniker.com the process is going faster from my expirience

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