We are a premium domain name direct seller. We believe that buying a good name for your business should be easy. Therefore, there are no overhead costs from commissions, no communication roadblocks and no changes of mind from third party sellers. Our collection is carefully selected so we can offer you a brandable .com name, that is short, meaningful and can stand out in customers mind.
What do I get?
Your domain name ownership. Plain and simple. There are no leasing or recurrent costs. To keep your ownership, though, you will need to renew your domain registration yearly, with a domain registrar. This can be done with any registrar of your choice.
How do I buy?
To start, simply make your best offer and if it comes close to our target price, we'll accept it. Then, we send you an email with a link to PayPal, and after your payment is cleared (usually instantly), we'll ask you about your new name servers. We point your new domain there, so you can start using it right away. If you prefer, we can arrange a wire transfer instead, the only draw-back is a few days delay until your payment is verified.
How do you set the price for a domain?
It all comes down to assessing that name's desirability. We take into account the number of letters, the meaning of words, ease of pronunciation and business potential, as well as comparables on the market. Based on that, we can set a target price that varies from several hundred to thousands of dollars.
Can I transfer the domain to a different registrar?
Yes. In order to prevent fraud, you can do so after 60 days from your purchase. At the end of this period, we'll send you a reminder that you can transfer your domain at any time. We make sure that your domain registration doesn't expire during the 60 day period.
Are your domains protected by trademark rights?
Our domains can be used for a variety of businesses and industries, all over the world. Therefore, it's impossible to know in advance specifics about the use of the name that would be required in a trademark application.
We encourage you to talk to a lawyer for any legal advice regarding trademarks. You can also do some research about active trademarks here, here or here.