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LLL.IN DROPPING LIST SCANNER

Located in Domain Expiration and Domain Drop Catching, started by hemantraj, Nov 28, 2015

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  1. hemantraj

    hemantraj Established Member

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    LLL.IN DROP SCANNER.
    Previously there were many threads discussing dropping lll.in
    Nowadays there are no list of new dropping lll.in from any user.why is it so.
    Are no lll.in dropping???
    If yes how to search those dropping names.
    If anyone regularly scans lll.in drops.plse update lists here.
    Thanks in advance..
     
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  2. Chirag

    Chirag ProNames.in VIP

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    You wont be able to catch any so dont waste your time, some biggies catch them within 1 sec of drop so ye forget it brother
     
  3. hemantraj

    hemantraj Established Member

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    Thats not true. I got 2 of them regged in end of april very easily.but if som1 provides dropping list in advance.it would be easier to cath them through snapnames or pool
     
  4. Chirag

    Chirag ProNames.in VIP

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    april time was diff, now its diff brother. Anyways best of luck
     
  5. meditang

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  6. kemjika11

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    Someone is hungry for LLL.ins...lol. I think you generally have to pay the experts to get them for you or you get lucky and catch em...1-4 in a year. Supply has shrunk alot.
     
  7. Michael R.

    Michael R. Top Contributor VIP

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    These last months, LLL.in dropcatching competition has drastically increased.
    Good luck to catch only one!

    But dropping list is available on www.expireddomains.net
     
  8. aceeca

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    Things have changed so much in the last few months. All the above are 100% on the money :) . but good luck.

    These days there are hardly anyone offering a decent LLL
     
  9. Chirag

    Chirag ProNames.in VIP

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    Haven't seen a 3L.in in that list from days
     
  10. Branded Domains

    Branded Domains Be You VIP

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    yeah no drops...but bought 5 3l.in for $40 each..(all are Chinese premium)...let us see if Chinese friends are interested in 3l.in or 3N,4N,5N .in...Also bought 3L.us for $15 each
     
  11. Chirag

    Chirag ProNames.in VIP

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    am pretty much interested in buying 3L.ins, let me know if you know any seller;)
     
  12. Branded Domains

    Branded Domains Be You VIP

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    just contact them u will get in cheaper...btw I will list it :xf.smile: soon
     
  13. FPForum

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    ExpiredDomains.net is usually pretty accurate for listing dropping LLL.in... As for catching them, these days most all are caught by one of two people. The first has two accredited registrars with Registry.in, the second has really high spending (likely Super Bulk Pricing) with DynaDot. I'd look at going with the first option if it were me.. You could probably setup a few registrars yourself for what it would cost to get Super Bulk Pricing ;)
     
  14. webm

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    Andrew,

    As for ExpiredDomains, Marco has his own database that he maintains which is pretty huge but not complete as the .in Registry (NIXI) doesn't release the official root zone file for public access so it's only a matter of how big your database can be, but it can never be complete. Just my two cents.

    For the other issues, The first guy has not two, but actually 5 public registrars (and a few more private) that he uses for drop-catching .in names. And for the second guy, yes, he has the "Super Bulk" tier. Though I agree with you that having your own pool of registrars would definitely help with your catching rate but it may not necessarily be the best "Cost Effective Option". For starters, it would require 6000$ dollars bare minimum for the registrar, as COST, not as a funding. Whereas in dynadot, $5000 gets you in the super bulk status, out of which, all 5000 is completely usable. That's why I personally prefer the second option. Again, just my two cents : )
     
  15. Michael R.

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    But I think a bulk user, even super bulk, can't compete with a registrar, that has a direct link to the registry.
     
  16. FPForum

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    I am aware that NIXI doesn't provide zone file access. With that in mind, it doesn't matter what website you use, each would need to try and come up with the lists themselves. I don't pay close enough attention to IN to know the exact amount he has, but it's still the route I would go. Even DynaDot Super Bulk won't compete when you get enough registrar competition.
     
  17. Soofi

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    And still no one is taking action against that first option :P
     
  18. FPForum

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    I have quietly been working on something over here. But, will need someone with the accreditation part mainly because I don't care about IN enough to buy that myself.. lol
     
  19. Soofi

    Soofi Love Domain Names PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    We will discuss this on Skype bro!
     
  20. FPForum

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    You know my contact. Reach out when you have a little bit of time to chat! ;)
     
  21. NameInvest

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    Bro to be Registrar it needs only 1000 USD not 5000 USD and being registrar is always faster then any other if you being as registrar and use own registry api it would be fastest
     
  22. Soofi

    Soofi Love Domain Names PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    You will still have competition from other registrars trying for same names :P
     
  23. Templr

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    These could be good Investments for the next five++ years due to India's catchup with Internet speed, but you will have the pyramid buyers.
     
  24. Aslindo

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    Are registars allowed to do drop catching?
     
  25. Soofi

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    .in registrars arent allowed to engage in dropcatching :)
     

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