Great Reputation of


Every now and again, I purchase a domain name from a company or person that has not heard of or worked with Despite having the great name brand recognition the category defining generic domain name brings, as well as a stellar reputation online, some people ask for more information about the company before agreeing to use its services.

This happened to me this morning, and as I usually do, I sent the company a few articles about to help them feel safe in using the company’s services. I assume that this may be the same case for you, so I am writing this post to share some supporting information to make your buyer or seller comfortable using

Here is some supporting facts to make your buyer or seller more comfortable about using

Yes, is an advertiser, but the company did not ask for any type of endorsement. I’ve always had great service with and I trust the company without any hesitation.

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  1. is a good company and provide a valuable service at a reasonable fee. In my history with them as buyer and seller, there has never been a problem. They are my first choice.

  2. is OK. I have used them on many occasions.

    However, Moniker escrow is much much better.

    First, as an escrow company and registrar, Moniker escrow actually escrows the domain AND the money. only escrows the money. This means that Moniker is much more secure.

    Second, Moniker escrow is faster. I have closed and been paid as quickly as a day or two. can take a few weeks.

  3. @ Hal

    I like Moniker (especially when it comes to domain registrations), but I’ve found it to be slower since buyer and seller both need to sign/print/fax the agreement back to them, and it has taken longer for that process in my experience.

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