Which domain auction service gives me the best odds?
March 13, 2008 2:17 PM Subscribe
Which domain auction house is associated with dotregistrar/mydomain?
posted by oddman to computers & internet (1 answer total)
A domain that I want is set to expire in May of this year. If it does expire I'd like to snap it up, and following previous posts, I'm going to use a domain auction house.
Here's the catch:
Namejet (formally eNom) claims to have exclusive access to domains listed on their partner registries (Network Solutions for one). However, they don't seem to provide a complete list of their partners (or I couln't find it). Snapnames and Pool would presumably have a similar deal (however. I couldn't confirm this.)
Understandably I'd rather not pay all three services, if one is more closely associated with my target's current registrar.
So, can anyone tell me if dotregistrar (now working under/with mydomain.com) is partnered with any of these (or some other) domain auction site? In other words, wich of the auction houses is most likely to actually get the domain for me?