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  1. #1
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    Mar 2004
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    Odessa, Ukraine
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    I need a really backorder service

    Hi

    I need a REALLY working backorder service.

    I try registrifly, but they suck, and can't grab domain.

    Please tell me which registrators can really backorder domains?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
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    Only use the good ones:

    pool
    enom club drop
    snapnames

    Most of the others ones are not that competitive
    Domain Maven

  3. #3
    pool.com is the best
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  4. #4
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    Mar 2004
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    Odessa, Ukraine
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    If I charge pool.com 60$, I can get this domain or I can access to auction for this domain?

  5. #5
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Location
    London
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    If there are more people who backordered domain than it will fall in auction. If it does, you won't be charged $60.
    Name123.com [ We are online Since 2004! ]
    Cheapest Domain Registration & Reseller Services!
    ENOM Domain Reseller Account with Lowest Industry Prices! (Details)
    Plus Excellent Technical Support Along The Way!

  6. #6
    godaddy can do it to! I got about 2/3 domains

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    Location
    The OC
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    It's a mathematical probability equation based upon the number of ICANN accredited registrars each backorder system has working for them. When drop time comes, the more registrars you have asking for your desired domain increase your probability of securing that domain.

    Quite frankly, I have not have the time to keep up the "handicaps" lately, but Pool and SnapNames have an impressive number of registrars working for them - but you pay for that.

    eNom has an impressive number of registrars working for them, but the price is dependent on whether you have an eNom reseller account or not. For me, eNom has been a very cost effective solution.

    GoDaddy, unfortunately, only seems to have the three proprietary registrars, GoDaddy, BlueRazor and WildWestDomains working for them. For a .com or .net they cannot compete with the big boys.

    But for .org and .info, GoDaddy has been a very cost effective solution for me... and that VooDoo Witch Doctor I have on staff hasn't hurt either
    You may delay, but time will not. --- Benjamin Franklin

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