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Discussion in 'Drop Catchers and Expired Domain Services' started by Paul123, Aug 11, 2015.

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  1. HDmarketing

    HDmarketing Business Member Business Account

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    @AEProgram it seems you got after the wrong guy / software here! A lot of users are happy they paid the software, I never saw anyone complaining here. And if you are not happy with it there is a 7-day trial period after which you can get a refund.

    I feel @FPForum always expresses things clearly and takes time to detail things. I think anyone can see this anyway, but since you feel on a mission, I'd rather express my opinion on each and every of your point I consider wrong.

    You are completely wrong as far as I'm concerned. I support him because I use the software daily and it does the job. I don't think it is giving false hope to many. I would encourage anyone to buy it with the simple warning: "don't waste your time trying to compete with the big boys".

    That is true to every service, in every industry! People buy, try, and stick to it because it fits there needs or stop using it. Hence the 7-days risk free period. What can @FPForum do better other than offering that?

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    Are you out of your mind ? You are starting calling people names...



    What kind of testimony do you need. Users of the software are telling you they caught names with it and made money. You don't want to admit the truth ? You're calling us cheerleaders ? Well, in that case, I'd say you are of bad faith


    Who are you to state something like that ?

    I've tried to catch 4N.infos systematically for months. That means I went after every one of them that was dropping.
    For a very long period of time I backordered them all with Snapnames / Pool / Dynadot / DesktopCatcher and was systematically beaten by 55hl, a chinese company.
    During the recent period I've backordered them only with Dynadot and DesktopCatcher. During the past days I caught 1315 . info and 2027 . info with the software, beating my own dynadot backorders. Please check the whois before calling me a liar.

    Also, don't waste your time in stating these are crap domains that nobody else would ever bother even to hand register: I received +30 offers between $50 and $100 to my 4N.info listings (CHIPs and non-CHIPs) at GoDaddy last week.


    Who are you to state something like that ?

    You have called me a cheerleader too many times mister man on a mission. I am reporting you because I feel insulted. (And truely, cheerleaders don't deserve the comparison, I have hairy legs...)

    See above, but you already stated "not that it matters", so I know I've lost my time here. At least people interested in the software will have some data to decide if they want to give it a try...

    You made a post about what you think of his software without having ever tried it. He and several users gave you proof and testimonials of what it really is and what they can achieve with it. We keep insisting, but the truth about you is that you are of bad faith.

    When you state "this software is giving false hope to many, you are helping in the scheme, shame on you!", you are giving your opinion, not a fact, I can't argue with it. But when you implied the developper is pretending his software will beat backorder companies I asked you to quote him doing so and you never did. Allow me to call you a liar for that.

    Who are you to judge people and their strategy ?
    I backorder some info domains with the software and I pay them $5. Then there are some I handreg at $2 at domaining.com I constantly arbitrate between the two procedure to spare a few dollars. I don't need you to judge or mock my strategies.

    I know I won't make you change your opinion or attitude, but when people are of bad faith I always try.
    Please disappear.
     
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  2. HDmarketing

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    Curious to hear your comment about the 2 names I gave.

    You keep asking for proofs, and when I give some, you talk about something else in the following posts. Don't you want to comment on the answers I gave you? Or are you of bad faith and won't admit they are valuable ?
     
  3. Bram C.

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    I haven't used this software and frankly I haven't been trying to catch any expired domains lately. My focus is on aged domains.

    Regardless of the software being able (or not being able) to sometimes beat any of the smaller dropcatchers I do think the software has value by itself for the fact that it would do all the registration work for me when I try to catch dropping domains that I think may fly under the radar . I'm living in Belgium and in my timezone domains are dropping between 8pm and 9pm. I simply do not have time to manually try to hand reg any of these domains at the exact time they drop.
     
  4. Cdomains

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    Andrew never made this claim. What are you talking about.

    Give it up, you are clearly in the wrong here.

    Those of us commenting about the software are users of this software.

    You are not - end of discussion!
     
  5. Cdomains

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    To me this is the most useful function.
     
  6. Marko12

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    AEProgram you're hilarious , I wouldn't want you banned your meltdown is too funny for that. I wouldn't trust a fool like you by posting a domain name you'd probably spam it for spite, you seem unbalanced to me. I will forget all the crap you've written but there is one phrase you've come up with, which I will call you
    "hangreg addicted domain gambler" .

    Just to add I initially bought it for the same reason Bram C and Cdomains have, to save time, set and forget. Anything it catches for me I see as a bonus and I often get those bonuses. If you actually owned the software you might be in a position to say something about it but to slate something you have no experience with, for which there are no negative comments I have seen other than yours. I guess the people who bought it knew what they were buying and it did exactly what it was expected to do.

    I look forward to your next reply to keep us all entertained ...
     
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  7. golan

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    Well you can look at the list of the sold domains in my SEO domain shop and i think roughly a half of them was bought with the Andrew's software. The names are masked in the list for obvious reasons but you can see them by their numbers at archive.org if you like. All regged for regfee. Sold mostly for $25-100. You see how many thousands the single license of this software has earned to me in a few months? So now you better shut up Mister.
     
  8. Marko12

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    Someone who leaves a review of something they have never used is a troll, it's as simple as that. You seem to have a misconception of what the software claims it does. I think Golan shows how to put the software to good use.

    You're right only a fool would be driven away from something listening to a review from someone who admits they have never used it, let alone paid for it. Most people use common sense, visit the website, see the money back guarantee, search around, make an informed decision based on the facts at hand not the gibbering of someone who doesn't know what it's for.

    Funny thing is no one else is backing you up, let alone anyone who has bought it.
     
  9. Cdomains

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    The software has the option to turn off reporting of caught domains, and I will bet most of us do turn it off.

    Not everyone who uses this software understands what a good domain is and some users are sure to use it to catch domains many of us would not consider "good".

    That does not mean the software is not good.
     
  10. FPForum

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    Thanks @Cdomains @HDmarketing @Arca @Nat Hunt @boziffous @Marko12 @golan and everyone else for being so open about your personal experience with the software and domains you've caught..etc. We all know that many people in this industry prefer to be more on the quiet side of things when it comes to sharing names they chase, catch and sell.

    The software has a 7 day FULL refund period and I've never had a problem refunding someone if it didn't work the way they were hoping. I've also done other things like extend trials for people as well. I always try and respond to emails quickly and help anyone just getting setup who might have questions or need any help. Plus, I also wrote a 20 page eBook that I include to get people up and running ASAP without even needing to contact me. That's why I take offense when @AEProgram tries comparing me to a "forex peddler" or someone who is just trying to rip people off. Someone who has never bought the software, spoken to me about it, or anything of that nature is trying to call me a scammer because I made something and am offering it to the public. Other established members come in here and give their personal experience and he calls them "cheerleaders." I know there are lots of scummy websites out there with shady sellers (our industry has been known to have a few of these types of people floating around). But, I think you're mistaken me for someone else because I try not to be to be one of those people. You really have no right saying that about me when you've never bought anything from me...
     
  11. davidc1

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    DC is a good software and the support is great. I bought it years ago.

    I have now a partnership with snapnames as i'm buying a lot of domains but i still continue to use DC when i only have regfee for budget.
     
  12. iamkali

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    I've beaten my own Pheenix backorders 11 times now, so the program works.

    I don't care what bs people post or issues they have, all I can say is it works for me. Does it always win? No, nobody can guarantee that. But this is the only thing that's ever beaten my own orders with Pheenix. Those 11 regs that I paid $8 each for instead of $30 paid for themselves.
     
  13. Adam27

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    DesktopCatcher is 50% off for a lifetime license. That makes it $99.

    Use the coupon code – THANKYOU – at checkout.

    @FPForum is celebrating 3 years of DC. :)
     
  14. stewmath

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    How does this software work? Do i have to specify my own api keys for each registrar?
     
  15. Cdomains

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    Yes.
     
  16. DTR Alex

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    How to reinstall this software, I changed my PC.

    I have already purchased it one year before?
     
  17. usernamex

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    @DTR Alex - shoot @FPForum a PM or email, he always has excellent customer service.

    PS The newest update included a minor request I had been hoping for, and it works perfectly (numbering instances). Thanks again!
     
  18. Cdomains

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    I did this last year.

    Just contact Andrew and he will take care of that for you, no problem.
     
  19. stewmath

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    How much credit do i have to have in each registrar for the api to be active? im looking to get this software but i cant afford to go putting loads of credit on the registrars
     
  20. usernamex

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    @stewmath - this is a great question, namesilo has $50 prefund, dynadot no minimum prefund but prices are higher per registration until you hit $500 for year and InternetBS is $65 and has API limit. RRPproxy you need a biz license then prefund is $120ish, do not bother with gandi or enom since neither has realtime registration. Actually you can fund Gandi with a low amount like $20 and never actually use it because they allow multi threading, it will check names using gandi API then another registrar will catch! Those are all I have personally, so maybe some other users can chime in with the other handful.

    Also if you sign up with @FPForum link to AJM Domains they have low $25 prefunding, but they have an API limit
    http://reseller.ajm.domains/reseller.php?action=signup

    What types of names are you looking to catch, like what TLDs? That will help point you toward the best registrars to use.
     
  21. stewmath

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    Ill be aiming for keywordkeyword.com type domain names, preferably from aged websites so i can use them for parked revenue.
     
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    @stewmath - OK I don't know how high competition is for the types of domains you are after. How are you going after them or getting them now? And what are you paying?
     
  23. stewmath

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    Im only willing to see what domains i can get at reg fee, if the domain is at a registrar that snapnames do not have an exclusive contract with then it may be possible to grab it. However, not possible if someone has backordered it on dropcatch as dropcatch has its own icann accredited registrars, and hundreds of them too.
     
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    @stewmath - If you are getting some now by hand reg, this will work for you brilliantly and probably increase your catches, since you'll be able to beat the other hand regs, and be in the running with the rest of us API users.

    If I had to do it over again with what I know now, to start with minimum funding I would put $50 in NameSilo and Gandi $10-20 just for the threading. Use that to see how it goes and get a feel for the software, that's 5 COMs basically, COM cost is $9 (or just fund $54 to get one more!) I would guess there are users who use NS only and are doing fine.

    Then to kick it up a notch add DynaDot, the cost for COM is $11 until you accumulate or prefund $500, then it drops to $8.75.

    The losing registrar doesn't matter once it is Pending Delete, since that is beyond the point of it having been pre-release auctioned. You can look at NameJet and see if there are bids, in which case don't bother. DropCatch does not show watchers or orders ahead of time, on purpose I am sure.
     
  25. stewmath

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    Sometimes might be worth still going after a name even if its preordered on snapnames, unless its a name thats on a registrar which is partnered with snapnames. Then yeah dont bother.

    The problem with snapnames is due to the agreement with those registrars they dont even need to attempt to catch those donains. They just put an order in through the registrar while its still in pending delete and rather than deleting the name they just swap the owner directly over to snapnames.

    Its pretty dishonest and unfair in my opinion
     

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