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  1. #1

    How do you get a 6.95 enom account?

    Do you have to pay an upfront fee? Is the fee redeamable against domains? How many domains do you have to own to make it worth your while?

  2. #2
    There are 2 ways
    1- to get from eNom directly and to be an ETP
    2- to buy it from someone
    this maybe helpful
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2004
    Like honestman said, there are 2 ways, and mine is the second way. I bought my $6.95 account from an ETP well known here. FYI, you can check the current offers here


  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    prepay for 1000 domains $6950 to get $6.95 pricing directly from enom as ETP
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  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2002
    The market is so saturated today... I really don't think there are too many companies / persons that prepay $6950 for domain names. There are many choices, many new registrars and much cheaper offers... but enom is still the best and most reliable solution and provider.
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  6. #6
    Try EBay.
    Quality web hosting

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    London, United Kingdom
    Originally posted by Research Names
    Try EBay.
    yet another well considered detailed response :p

    Do you have to pay an upfront fee?
    Is the fee redeamable against domains?
    How many domains do you have to own to make it worth your while?
    upfront-fee - No, not if you deal with Enom directly, Yes if you "buy" an account off someone *reputable* like Zoli or take your chances on something not so reputable as ebay

    redeemable - to secure your initial pricing as an ETP (enom technology partner) you *deposit* money in advance of registrations - the more you depsoit , the lower your pricing
    $6950 in = 1000 domaisn @ 6.95 for example
    *note* not all extensions are 6.95 ....

    how many - depends on what extensions - (there is life beyond the cnobi domains) and how many years you regsiter them for , how many transfers-in you do, and how many you expect to sell

    in a *brief* set of calculations of interest on teh overdraft, vs domain reg fees, vs transactions I once estimated that it wasn't worth having a 6.95 a/c over a free 8.95 a/c until about 120 domains, then about the same cost until 775 domains and then better after 775, it was actually a bigger case of can we afford to tie up 7k with enom on*future* registration business, rather than using that cashflwo and just adding $500 as and when we needed to ...

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