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What about participants of bidding after backordering?

3:32 pm on Jan 31, 2010 (gmt 0)

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How the bidding works at backordering? I've just backordered a domain.

I don't expect anyone to backorder the domain too, but after <the drop catcher> registers the domain, can they bid? Or be able to bid, should they bid before registering?

I just wonder, or maybe fear if they see <the drop catcher>registers the domain for my backorder, they can come to <dc> registers) to the domain, can they? They can bid before registering but what about after?

[edited by: Webwork at 4:54 am (utc) on Feb. 1, 2010]
[edit reason] Too many company name drops = Too promotonal sounding [/edit]

4:54 am on Feb 1, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Seregwethrin, you have now mentioned a certain company name 6 times in 2 posts, including mention of their pricing. Slow down, please.

Your questions are really ones that should be answered on the website of "the company" offering the service, either in their page(s) explaining their service, their FAQ or through an email to their customer service.

Most domain auction services allow anyone to bid.

Most legitimate domain auction services would not allow company insiders to bid against you . . but that happens.

Read "the company's" website closely. They should clearly explain what their policy, practices and procedures are. IF they don't then I would not suggest doing business with them. You should know "what the deal is" going into the deal. The language they use to explain their service should be plain. Again, "if not", then you should consider walking away.