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How is a sale carried out?????

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  1. lex007

    lex007 Active Member

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    Prtobably a silly question as this is bread and butter to you hardened domainers on AD! - But one that requires a response! ASAP!!

    If I agree a sale with someone - how is the process done?

    Money collection - domain name transfer etc.... Cost of transfer (domains with 1 & 1 if that makes a difference)!

    I'm sure that there are a few people on here that would like to know these details as well!

    Thanks dudes & dudettes....Lex
     
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  3. tifosi United Kingdom

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    1. agree price.
    2. optional: send draft copy of contract agreement by email to be printed signed and returned. I hereby agree to sale etc
    3. Get payment for domain.
    4a. if agreed repoint nameservers to ones agreed.
    4b. obtain transfer forms. Fill in and send back to new registrant with sample letters and letter of authority from you.
    5. New registrant does his stuff and sends form to nominet WITH remittance and his letter of request.
    6. Nominet do their stuff
    7. transfer complete. Domain retagged as requested.(retag can be done at 4a if an existing paid for domain. New tag can't delete by automaton)

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  4. lex007

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    Anyone traders here wanna handle a sale for a fee!

    £10-£20?
     
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    retired_member16 Banned

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    Its a 10 minute job to do and is very simple however I still wouldnt do someone elses for less than a ton.
     
  6. lex007

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    If it's a ten minute job - do a man a favour!

    "I am a the firestarter...twisted firestarter" The Prodigy....

    A ton...geezer that's a lot isn't it nearly took you 10 mins to write the post......?
     
  7. lex007

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    Anyone wanna make £20 for ten minutes work...apparently!

    That's 5 good .co.uk new reg's or 2 new .com reg's....thought you lot were business minded!?!

    Any takers...! sil vous plait!!
     
  8. philipp United Kingdom

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    I'll do it for you for 80 quid Lex :)

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  9. lex007

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    Can't pay £80 - can pay £30 if anyone wants to do it????
     
  10. admin Spain

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    Lex,

    Send me the domain information, your details and the buyers details, and I will put the transfer letters together for you, all you have to do is print and sign them and fill in the Nominet forms.

    No charge.

    Email details to admin@acorndomains.co.uk
     
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    retired_member16 Banned

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    Booooooooooo.

    That was going to pay for my daughters shoes, now she will have to walk to school barefoot. :cool:
     
  12. lex007

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    Cheers admin!

    Do you know what the transfer fees are per domain? (with 1 and 1 )...
     
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    In my experience 1and1 charge £1.99 to the person transferring in the domain.
     
  15. admin Spain

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    But he wants to transfer OUT.
     
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