I would like to know if all the snapname backorder cost the same (via the nsi or snapname: 69$)? Is there a cheaper way, i.g. via a reseller or a domain name registrar that has a special deal etc.?
PS: BTW How does snapnames compared to Namewinner (only 15$)?
Is snapname less good than pool for the .org as well?
thank you for your informative answers.
Fastsnaps seems really great! Is there a "catch" ? I mean they are MUCH cheaper... I went to their site, read the ToS, Faqs and I am still wondering (I wrote them an email too) if this service can be used for only one backorder (not bulk snapname user)?
Have you used them?
Pool is obviously the best as it seems, but I don't like auctions...
BTW, with Namewinner or Pool, I understand that they only charge you IF they get the domain for you... but... the devil is in the detail... is it a true refund.... or is it rather a "credit refund" for a new domain backorder or a new domain registrattion?
Is there a snapname's backorder list that Pool or Namewinner use?
Originally posted by netgogo thank you for your informative answers.
Fastsnaps seems really great! Is there a "catch" ?
YES! With Snapnames you can have unlimited changes until the subscription runs out. With all the Snapback resellers it is limited to 3 I think. Trust me, you will need the unlimited. Almost all my GD BOs and Snapbacks get beat by Pool.
I would like to understand if "snapnames" is the same thing as "snapback". I read attentively the Fastsnaps.com info, and it is confusing... I am looking for the same as NSI.com/Snapnames.com backorder "engine". I almost took a backorder with Fastsnaps.com when I got a doubt... the .org domain that was free with the expensive snapnames is "unknown" with "SnapBack" (the Fastsnap website)... hmmm. Could it be a godaddy / expirefish "reseller" scheme? I am perplex...