Easy Deal With Nokta Domains

NoktaI just acquired a domain name from Nokta Domains, and I wish every transaction was this easy. If you are looking to buy a domain name from Nokta, I want to let you know about my experience buying from them.

I originally saw the domain name last year, but we weren’t able to agree on a price. Yesterday afternoon, I was looking through some old emails, and I decided to inquire about the domain name again. The company had lowered the price on the name since the last time we spoke, and we were able to agree to a price.

This morning, I created an account on the Nokta website, added the domain name to my shopping cart, and purchased the name. Within thirty minutes of paying for the domain name, it was pushed to my Enom account. They deleted it from their parking account, and I added it to my account. I wish every deal I did could be done so quickly. It’s probably the main reason for why I prefer doing deals with domain investors who can make decisions quickly and close fast.

If you aren’t in the market to buy from Nokta, you might want to check out their website to see how the company lists its thousands of domain names for sale. They have a rating system in place to offer insight into the keyword value of its names, and their sales page shows relevant comps that let prospective buyers know the price is in-line with previous publicly reported sales. If you end up buying a domain name from Nokta, you will probably benefit from seeing how their user interface allows customers to easily pay and communicate with the company.

Nokta is advertising on my blog (banner on top right). The link is not an affiliate link, so whether you buy something or not it won’t impact my revenue. The company didn’t ask me to write this post, and we did have a mid $x,xxx cash transaction this morning.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. I have had a very negative experience with this company. We submitted a certified offer via Network Solutions for the full asking price of $500 and apparently it was accepted but Nokta Domains wouldn’t release the domain for the transfer to take place after several requests by Network Solutions. I think it’s a scam. Glad we didn’t purchase directly from them.

    • I purchased 3 domain names from Nokta. They were really nice and helpful. Tranfers are completed very fast. The best point is they paid the escrow fee. It’s better to buy them directly instead of through network solutions.

    • We submitted a certified offer through Network Solutions to protect us against fraudulent offers. NS would have taken the loss, not us. I’m very glad we did it this way. Sorry for the very late reply.


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