If your domain is premium, it get's accepted with a free logo and listing fee. $100+ logo award applies If your domain is accepted, but not premium, it's $8 listing fee. They had offered me a bulk listing discount of $5 / domain if I helped write my descriptions. They said they are open to offering a discount for other bulk sellers. $100+ logo award applies I will ask for clarification on the price break if you provide your own logo's. I know you will not be charged a logo award if you provide your own logo's. I'm sorry I'm not giving you the reason to re-join Namerific. I'm simply posting my experience as it comes. Respectfully, I think our difference in opinion lies in your belief that Namerific does nothing extra to market your domain compared to the larger markets offering 10%- 20%. In part I agree that there are premium domains that shouldn't incur a fee as high as 30%. Liquid domains such as 3L/4L.coms, and dictionary words can sell themselves, and marketplaces should respect this by charging a lower percentage. Marketplaces make enough money off $XX,XXX sales and 30% is high considering. On the contrary there are brandables that need the help of a brandable marketplace to sell. Of course I'd appreciate lower commissions, but I also respect that they allow me to list on marketplaces with lower percentages as well. I could be wrong, but I think Namerific allows you to list your domain with them even if you decide to forward your domain to your own marketplace. I will ask for further clarification on this as well.