So if they had paid $2,000 or $5,000 instead.....what's the difference ?
Namejet would have made some more dough, all the same for domainers.
What's more, this credit (that you will eventually use to buy from Dynadot) does not contribute to your yearly spend with them. Your yearly spend...
I wouldn't be that sure.... GD customers have a budget too...if they buy a domainer's domain (20% to GD), they may have to skip an expired auction...
Same domain has previously sold for $1,000 and for $10,000.....
.......so what is a valuation site supposed to appraise this domain for ?
Did you list with Godaddy or Afternic ?
Do you use the $450 price point for your domains ?
Any chance you did a bulk price change ?
Thanks, I no longer have the CSV because it was imported some days ago.
I will try again.
@Doron Vermaat Although the CSV file went through, I see now that the theme was not updated and the old themes are still in place.
So my guess is...
@GrantP I'm with @JudgeMind on this. Commoditization of domains will take a toll on $x,xxx sales. It's too big a risk to take.
If word gets out...
How many more red flags are you waiting to see people..... this is a clear scam.
turn the heart upside down and it's lowlife :xf.laugh::xf.laugh::xf.laugh:
Thank you, that did the trick.
Where is the industry headed in the next 2-4 years ?
Thank you, they look great !
I am trying to do a bulk-edit of theme and it is very slow when you do it for 250 domains.
Perhaps you can fix...
Ahh thanks, it makes sense now :)
Macit, are there still issues ?
I tried a query with a starting and an ending string, but it looks like they are both ignored.
Actually you don't have to act ;)
In this case it would be better to increase your total inspection time from 7 days to 8 or even 9, but when the funds show in green, they should...
This used to take 15 minutes, now after 24 hours the funds are not in my account (Namesilo balance), which holds other things back, like renewals...
Separate names with a comma.