skylight said:you can try using sedo. it will be 10% of the sale price
SedoCoUk said:Escrow.com acts as a financial intermediary only, they do not ...... confirm that the transaction has been completed,
looklisting said:escrow.com doesn't offer service in the state of Arizona. Anyone know why? Is Sedo the next best option?
Originally Posted by SedoCoUk
Escrow.com acts as a financial intermediary only, they do not assist with the domain transaction, confirm that the transaction has been completed, or even customize their mails to domain names.
Jeff said:What's so good about escrow.com ? I find their interface for domains to actually "suck". The directions are not clear and how do they verify the domain was really transfered? For all they know the seller could change the whois to the buyer's information and tell Escrow that it was transfered to release the money(very end of the process).
Dear Mr. XXXXXX,
You have indicated on our website that the domain name for this transaction has been transfered and that you accept the transfer, thereby completing the transaction. However, we are unable to retrieve the domain name information on any of the registrar websites.
The domain name is currently listed under GoDaddy.com, who has no information on xxxx.com. Please provide registrar information, or prior to finalizing this transaction we must request that you reply to this email confirming that you do have complete control over the domain name.
1221 E. Dyer Road, Ste 225
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 384-3535 | (877) 372-7694 ext 3535
SedoCoUk said:Sedo's escrow, on the other hand, includes not just the financial intermediary, but also personal assistance from our Domain Transfer experts to help prevent the domain from getting lost through fraud or technical error.