A few days ago I got the following from my Sav ticket. It did not indicate the reasoning (other than it came from their payment processor) or answer to my query about IRS interpretation of personal services.@Bob Hawkes Do you have any news about the tax forms?
I've finally been able to resolve it. I'll take note of this ensure to send you a DM next time I need help.
Perfect. I hope that is the case on why ExpiredDomains.net took it down because of the export file cause I know I wasn't able to pull it myself. Look forward to buying at SAV again!
Let me have our devs take a look at why this seller was able to transfer the domain out. When a domain is in an auction it should be locked so the domain can not be transferred out. My apologies about this.I want to warn all fellow domainers that winning an auction in SAV, does not always mean that you do get the domain.
Two different times this month I won a domain. Everything was normal, they changed me and I received the winning email, but i didn’t got the domain.
Of course I contacted support and two days later they informed me that the domain is not in SAV anymore.
The didn’t even bother to apologize!
“This domain is no longer at Sav and in Sav's seller's account. We have refunded you for your winning bid. “
What does it means “the domain is no longer in sav.”?
Why and how a domain, that was auctioned, left SAV?
Why it did not automatically transferred in my account?
Maybe because I won it for a low price?