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  1. #11
    I usually just use Instant Domain Search to find a good domain and register it at GoDaddy.

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    Will - I suggest you register at Pool.com , which is one of the best/largest domain marketplaces.

  3. #13
    I generally would go to Namepros.com if I wanted to look for a domain, although mostly I've been lucky enough to have all my domains unregistered or expired from a previous owner
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    Is there anyway to find out who owns the domain if it's "unlisted" or the information is restricted?

    I mentioned the domain to my employees...and now, that domain is taken. It's a weird name, related to a new service we're introducing. Shame on me for not registering before mentioning (prior to settling on a name, I had checked the domain I wanted). ........hmmmmmmmm....

  5. Quote Originally Posted by krnchx View Post
    Is there anyway to find out who owns the domain if it's "unlisted" or the information is restricted?
    Not that I know of. Not legally, at least.

    You might have someone pose as a highly interested buyer and offer the anonymous owner lots of money for the domain.
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    There is one member at DNF that provides this kind of service - Rockefeller I guess. (not 100% sure)

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    Now I am 100% sure - http://www.dnforum.com/f60/domain-in...ad-303081.html

  7. #17
    "Is there anyway to find out who owns the domain if it's "unlisted" or the information is restricted?"

    If you have a moniker account they can typically get you in touch with the owner, I'd recommend either Chris Leggatt or Tony Clark (He handles a portion of Frank Schilling's portfolio)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RankSurge View Post
    If you have a moniker account they can typically get you in touch with the owner, I'd recommend either Chris Leggatt or Tony Clark (He handles a portion of Frank Schilling's portfolio)
    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    There is one member at DNF that provides this kind of service - Rockefeller I guess. (not 100% sure)

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    Now I am 100% sure - Domain Investigations - DNForum - Domain Sales, Domain Forum, Domain Appraisals, Domain Registrars
    Thanks for the tips - but now I know that I need "help" - the domain in question, is one I own....must of been my staff (at my own request) or me *Blush*

  9. I'm glad it all turned out well.
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    Name is the Best Place,

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