I have a reseller accounts where I buy names for $7.25, and I want to sell it back for $7.49 using registry rocket.
so..if a visitor goes to 'my' registry rocket's page to sign-up for their names...(visitors pay $7.49/name) will enom charge me the $0.95 + 3%? or is this free? and I will get the difference of 7.49 and 7.25?
I was assuming no because how can they charge me when i havent provided my cc number?
They will charge you. I think you will just have a negative account ballance and when you do make money through them, it will be subtracted. Anyways, using Registry-Rocket, you need to figure in the 0.95+3% into your price. So, if you get 7.25, add 0.95+3%+Whatever profit you want = Your Final Price.
Yes, I'm pretty sure that eNom will charge you. If you have a cc on file with eNom, I believe it will get charged there. If not, I'm not sure that it will even allow the transaction.
I have a sub-reseller who wanted to do the same thing. He setup a registry rocket price at his reseller price (to sell to himself). The charge for the domain was on one transaction and the CC fees were on a second transaction in his reseller account.
That's why the reselling model is flaky - for the end user - unless they are reselling to...resellers themselves Of course I don't blame eNom for doing this and after having recently started on such an account I am very satisfied by enom's efficiency.