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  1. scwebsites

    scwebsites Active Member

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    I have just put a back order on a domain that drops on the 25th.

    My question is, if I have a back order in place at Domain Monster, do I stand just as much chance as anyone else in getting the domain?
     
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  3. Retired_member41

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    You have an excellent chance. Domain monster catch loads.
     
  4. scwebsites

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    Thank you,

    And thank you to the guy who sent a reply by PM.

    :)
     
  5. Rob_F United Kingdom

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    DM are good but even so, if its a half decent name there's still only a small chance of them getting it for you. Drop catching is so competitive these days that they'll probably be fighting it out with 20+ catchers, assuming it's a reasonably good domain.

    - Rob
     
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    Just being caught by someone named something other than Rob is a bonus :p
     
  7. Rob_F United Kingdom

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    I know what you mean, Taylor, Prime - them Rob's are all over the place.

    Can't be referring to me as I've caught sod all this month :(.

    - Rob
     
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    Try and book it at as many public dropcacthers as possible, if available.

    The more hooks in the river, the more chance you have of catching it.

    - Rob
     
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    Domainmonster are doing pretty well at the moment for a public catcher.
     
  10. scwebsites

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    So, at risk of repeating a million other posts on here, what drop catchers are there...

    I've found...

    caught.co.uk
    dropcatcher.co.uk
    dropsystem.co.uk

    Are there any others who, like DM, do not charge in advance or ask you to buy credits?

    Jon
     
  11. GotLiveChat

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    How does it work exactly if multiple sites are waiting for the same domain to be available? Is it first back-order register wins? Or auction?
     
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    he/she who grabs it first wins :)
     
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    dacr.co.uk
     
  14. Aiden Roberts

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    How much does dacr charge for a catch?
    Sorted found out now.
    Aiden
     
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    caught.co.uk now work on a credit system.

    Also worth booking with these others:
    dacr.co.uk
    domainjunky.co.uk
    domainwatchlist.co.uk

    The first registrar to grab the domain gets it; first come first served.
     
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