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    How to take expired domains...

    Hi friends..

    I need your suggestion/help urgent..

    recently i think about a big project and start searching for related domains..
    then i found 2 best domains which is suitable for my project but .com tld already registerd.
    then i check who.is and notice that 1 domain which is very suitable for my project will expire on 20 feb.


    Now can anybody suggest me that where i can get that domain easily if owner not like to renew it, that domain is good and i cant wait until its deleted and reavailable for registration. becaz there are chance to be registered by someone else before me.


    Please let me know solution/method asap
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    Back-ordering is an option

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5starpix View Post
    Back-ordering is an option
    Thanks, but can you please explain it more..

    like its fees, how this will work.. where to back order etc. etc. please
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  4. Well backordering is an option but it does cost quite a good amount. Well the fees differ according to registrar. Otherwise you could wait for the domain to expire and then if fortunately the owner does not register it then wait for 30 days or more (according to registrar).

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    With backordering, you pay a fee and the registrar will then try to grab the domain as soon as the recovery period is over.

    If the owner renews it or another registrar grabs it first, you usually do not get your money back.

    It can work. I picked up my company name that way.
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  6. #6
    The only one that I've used is GoDaddy. At the time, I think it cost me $17.95.

    If I remember right, if they did not register the domain for you, you did not get a refund, but you could use the money to backorder a different domain. I don't know what they offer for a backorder service today.
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  7. #7
    the domain wont expire that day it will expire like 3 months later lol
    I recommend you to use pool.com
    check this article
    How to Snatch an Expiring Domain | Mike Industries

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    I'm sure there are other ways, because every time I get links on other site, all I get is spammy domain websites.

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    I suggest you check out namejet.com and pool.com
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  10. #10
    If the domain owner's contact info e.g. email phone number is available in the whois detail. You can also call the guy or send an email. May be he is generous and tell him you are a poor jobless guy. lol

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