Can anyone explain how this arrangement works? I have a majority of my portfolio at GoDaddy, and have been contacted in the past directly by their brokers when a buyer has requested help in securing one of my domains. I currently had one of my dot coms appraised at around 10k using Godaddy's appraisal tool, and right beneath the appraisal "This domain is available for $12,999. Contact a GoDaddy broker". That's great! But I currently have the domain registered at Sav.com and it is listed for sale there at $4,995. So my question is, would GoDaddy wait until someone inquired about buying at $12,999, then buy it directly from me at the listed Sav.com price and profit the difference when they flipped it? Or, would a broker at GoDaddy reach out to me with the $12,999 offer to just pocket the 25% commission on the sale? I will ask them directly, but wanted to see if anyone had a similar experience here first.