BrandPa.com has announced their presence on NamePros... Granted, the above post is from the BrandBucket experience thread, and will likely be deleted for being off topic / wrong thread, it was the first time I heard of them. The founder, @Jowita Emberton, had introduced herself in an earlier thread: I'm creating this thread to discuss their marketplace, and for those who have experiences with them. Here's what I know so far: The founder, @Jowita Emberton, runs two other online businesses according to her LinkedIn page. Delighten.co.uk - Web / brand design firm. Weddination.com - Polish wedding services According to her LinkedIn, she has been operating BrandPa since August 2016. Though, the last cached Archive.org screenshot is a server error on October 4, 2016 HERE BrandPa.com (2006) is registered to Oliver Emberton, founder and managing director of SilkTide.com. Currently, there are 562 domains published / listed on BrandPa. It appears most domains listed are handregged by the owners. Not 100% on this; I will run a check when my program is working again. After reviewing their listings, I found two errors. The domain regged is MonoRaptor.com, but the text reads ManoRaptor.com The domain regged is UnknownVenues.com, but the text reads UnknownVenus.com At first look: Pros No Listing Fee FREE Logos Domain Owner sets price ($1,000+) Forwards all offers for sellers consideration Brandpa is a pretty memorable / catchy brandable domain. Select 'On-Sale' marketing section Cons Low Alexa Ranking (4,557,819) New site. Assuming low organic traffic, and low type-in traffic due to quality and quantity of inventory. Piggy-back branding off BrandBucket in site footer see below Reviews are all from .co.uk domains, yet BrandPa doesn't sell any .co.uk domains. A quick glance at other domains owned by the reviewers and I wasn't able to verify any brandable .com's with history tracing back to BrandPa. Personal thoughts: I respect that they "allow the seller to submit more domain names" by not charging a listing fee. To me this shows they are willing to work for your exclusivity. Should they gain popularity, I wonder if they'll sustain this business model and/or if their logo / listing quality will decrease over time when resources are spread across the masses. @Jowita Emberton = Feel free to comment / fill in any of the blanks.