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    Question Namewinner vs Snapnames (which best?)

    Hello,
    Is Namewinner better than snapnames for backordering? Worse?
    How well does Namewinner perform compared to Snapnames for a .com domain? Like 50:50 ? or... ?
    Good week-end

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    Snapnames is better.

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    Originally posted by Shoey
    Snapnames is better.
    Based on my experience I totally disagree.

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    interesting
    With a basic 15$, I think namewinner becomes a serious option...
    BTW, is it better to bid like 24-48 ours before drop? or it does't change anything (no time for hotlist newsletters etc).
    I think snapnames are too expensive...
    Are there namewinner backorders that are finalised with a basical 15$? or is it most probable to expect an auction (in most cases)...?
    I am not familiar with the backorder options...
    (I don't like what I read about pool)

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    Maybe I'm wrong, but apparently the doamin starts from 15$ and always oes up to 20$ right before it drops. Actually a few days before, because the last few days the domain is withdrawn from the expiring lists.
    I would be glad if someone could say something about my above impressions.
    Snapnames was the best before Pool came, I suppose that now it's second best.

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    old accounts starts at 8.75 new accounts are $15

    i got so many names from godaddy and enom when pool wasn't there, and almost non from snap but you never know its always a chance issue.
    Bashar Al-Abdulhadi - KuwaitNET Internet Services Serving customers since 1997
    Kuwait's First Webhosting and Domain Registration provider - an ICANN Accredited Registrar

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  7. #7

    Question

    What is your experience with Namewinner?
    (compared to other backorder services)
    Is it worth a try? Are the auctions "serious" or "out of touch"?

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    yeah the auction serious because from what i think they can't risk outbidding users to raise the auction.

    but in pool its suspicious since they can outbid you and the ending time will increase and you will bid again and they outbid, but it can be true and false, you never know
    Bashar Al-Abdulhadi - KuwaitNET Internet Services Serving customers since 1997
    Kuwait's First Webhosting and Domain Registration provider - an ICANN Accredited Registrar

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