Most of my transactions I always done through diffrent auction platforms. But recently I have been using Escrow.com more often and because of that i took a closer look at their policy. One thing which little bothers me is a statement regarding cancelations. "After funds are secured, the cancellation of a transaction can only be done by Escrow.com after notifying both parties." It seems to me that even after funds are secured by Escrow.com a transaction still can be cancelled (a buyer needs to just come up with a right reason why he wants to do that, or maybe he just simply doesn't accept a domain push....) From other auction platforms I know thing like this is not possible. A domain buyer automatically enters into a legally binding contract to purchase the domain from the seller if his bid is accepted by the seller or he bought the domain in BIN form - none of them can be cancelled. Can anyone share his experience with Escrow.com related to this matter, please?