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(.com, .net, .org, .ca, .us, .kids.us, .info, or .biz)
Is there an expired domain name you want?
Expired domain names eventually have their status change to "Redemption Period" followed by a "Pending Delete" period. After the "Pending Delete" period, they are removed from the registry and available to register. more info
Any domain that has expired can be back-ordered, but until it reaches "pending delete" status, the owner can still get it back.
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If you want a domain name that is expired, you have a few options.
2 This is an expensive and time-consuming option, and requires technical knowledge and understanding of the domain registration system. It's a possible option if you want to register many domains for yourself or others.
3 This is generally the best option if you want to have the best chance of getting the domain you want. There are different levels of service and prices for back-ordering. Some companies attempt to register domains on an occasional basis, while some will try continuously during the period when the domain will be released. These companies can be domain registrars, or registrar resellers. Then there are companies that focus on back-ordering services. What they do to increase their chance of getting a domain is have multiple registrar reseller accounts to increase the frequency of attempts they can do. Which one to take depends on how much the domain is worth to you. If you really want it, you might want to back-order it with a few different companies. That's where we come in. We offer back-ordering services at different levels.
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Payment can also be made by Paypal, bank to bank transfer, direct deposit, or by mail, but requires full payment before your order is active.
If we don't get the domain you backorder, you can select a different one at any time.
We have our own back-ordering script that attempts to register domains the moment they get dropped by checking availability at the maximum frequency permitted, and it has beaten the big guys because it's all a matter of which one attempts the registration within the first few milliseconds of release.
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