We offer domain portfolio evaluation and domain brokerage services. The first set of questions on this FAQ section refer to brokerage and the rest deal with our evaluation service.
Our brokerage offer focuses exclusively on following up with your old leads or offers. If you have received an offer, but communication has stopped between you and the potential buyer, let us attempt to sell your domain.
We only charge if your domain sells. If we are able to sell your domain and the price is under $1000, we charge a $150 flat fee. If the domain sells for more than $1000, we charge a 15% success fee.
We will use Escrow.com for all transactions. Once the buyer agrees to proceed with the purchase, we will start a three-party transaction as a broker.
We will contact the potential buyer within three days of you placing a request. We will then proceed to inform you that the contact has been made and that we will be expecting a response.
You will be bound for 15 days if the Escrow transaction has not been started. Once we receive the okay from the potential buyer, we will immediately start the Escrow transaction and you must follow up with it. If you fail to follow up with the Escrow transaction and decide not to sell your domain, you must pay us the specified success fee.
In most cases, we will contact them by email. When a phone number has been provided, we might also follow up with a call.
There are a few reasons why you should consider our service:
1. We have been conducting domain name transactions and negotiations for nearly a decade.
2. Selling points and end-user contacts are the bulk of our work. Our constant sales prove we do it right.
3. You pay nothing unless your domain sells.
We conduct research and review data related to your domain names in order to get an idea of their value. This research may include checking sales reports of similar domain names, as well as the number of end-users for domains that contain specific keywords. We underline your strengths and weaknesses based on the names you submit and provide you with recommendations of what you could do to improve your domain investing strategy. Notice that this service is different to the domain valuation or evaluation service.
If you order a Full Portfolio Review report, we charge $2.99 per name. You must submit a minimum of 10 domains, although you may send many more. Typically, users of our service send us between 25 and 50, but there's no limit.
If you only need an appraisal for a single domain name, we charge $9.99.
We encourage you to register to get information on future member benefits and business-related information, but you can still order our services without registering. Registration is totally FREE.
You can send it to our main email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For each domain we appraise, we will send you a comment with at least 50 words stating the reason why we think your domain is or is not valuable. Again, this applies to individual appraisals, not to the domain portfolio evaluation service. We will base our valuation opinion on data related to the sale of similar domain names, as well as the number of potential end-users for your domains. If, in our opinion, the domain is worthless, we will clearly state that as well.
We will also include a price tag suggestion for the retail price of your domain. This price tag will be presented in the form of a price range. For example: "We would price this domain between $2000-$2500.
We charge $9.99 per name.
If you order a Full Portfolio Review, you will get your report within 72 hours. If you order an appraisal for a single name, you will receive it within 48 hours.
Once we receive your domains, we will send you an invoice. As soon as you take care of the invoice, we will start the domain evaluation process. If the invoice is not paid within 24 hours, we reserve the right to cancelling it and deleting the order. If you still want us to evaluate your domain, we will need to submit them again.
We do not appraise adult-related names or names with xxx extension. We do not appraise drug-related domain names or names that refer to something illegal.
We have been buying and selling domain names for nearly a decade. We are well known on the domain portals and forums, particularly at NamePros.com as infosec3, which is our NamePros user name. We are recognized as sellers of GEO and generic domain names. Check two other sites we operate: www.Filesville.com, and www.NetworkPackage.com.