Domain Manage

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Discussion in 'Sedo' started by stellar73, Nov 21, 2011.

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  1. stellar73 United Kingdom

    stellar73 Active Member

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    Burning the midnight (3am) oil and just hand registered dreammeanings.org via GoDaddy.

    Happened to then search for the same term on Sedo and lo and behold there is exactly the same domain I've just registered listed as for sale with 1 previous bid showing and listed against the account of someone in the States.

    So presumably Sedo dont delete domains from people's accounts when they drop? Anyone else come across this?
     
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    woopwoop Well-Known Member

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    They sent me an email recently saying that they are going to remove a bunch of my domains that I've dropped.

    I guess they aren't real time.

    You domain reminds me on my recent pick up: dreamlog/co/uk
     
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    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    dreaminterpretation.org.uk

    22k exacts is free to reg
     
  5. stellar73 United Kingdom

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    Thanks, I guess this is normal with them then....will mail them
     
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    newguy Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I think they're just sometimes very slow with removing them. They will eventually do so. Hopefully when you mail them they'll do it immediately.
     
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    If you have ever queried a zonefile you will know how time consuming it can be, I guess sedo have the same problem, giving the amount of domain names they have it would likely take some time to query and update.

    If they were smart they would simply lookup expiry dates when a client uploads domains and then simply run a bot to query the domains based on those expiry dates.
     
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    Sounds like far too easy and logical a solution for them!! ;)
     
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