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I'm completely in the dark as far as how this back-ordering process works.
Thanks in advance!
Short answer: No.
[edited by: Webwork at 8:22 pm (utc) on May 16, 2007]
Best to know who is the present registrar of the expiring domain as most of the dropcatchers no longer dropcatch. They sorta grease the rails between NetSol+Snapnames, Register.com+Snapnames, etc.
GoDaddy tends to mostly only catch their own drops. Ditto for Enom.
I can't seem figure out how to sign up for a back-order on enom.com... Do I need to apply for a reseller account first? The domain I want is registered through enom, so I'm assuming that's the best place to go for the backorder, although getting a bit lost at their site.
what if i need to get a domain showing pending/delete on all whois look up but showing expired on.........yes the one and only.....Registerfly.
does anybody have an advice?
here is what shows up on a whois:
Updated Date: 12-mar-2007
Creation Date: 01-feb-2006
Expiration Date: 01-feb-2007
so it means that registerfly did not update their info since 12-mar-2007. also i thought that a domain becomes available after 60 days of pending-delete status.