NameCheap Joins Afternic DLS Fast Transfer network


According to an email sent to NameCheap customers with domain names listed for sale via Afternic, NameCheap is now a part of the Afternic DLS Fast Transfer network. NameCheap has been an Afternic partner for approximately ten years, but customers were not eligible to have their domain names sold via Fast Transfer. This enhanced partnership should take away some of the friction that occurs when selling a NameCheap-registered domain name via Afternic.

Here is the email that was sent to NameCheap customers with Afternic listings explaining the change:

Dear (Customer),

We are pleased to announce that NameCheap is joining our Afternic DLS Fast Transfer network!

And since our records show that some of the domains in your Afternic account have been registered with NameCheap, when you join our DLS Fast Transfer network you’ll be eligible for additional benefits at no extra cost, including:

Broadest possible exposure. Increase the possibility of the right buyer finding your name with over 100 reseller sites globally and more than 75 million qualified searches monthly.
Effortless fulfillment. Fast Transfer sales are fully automated. In a nutshell, you can make more money for less effort.

Over the next few days, you’ll receive email instructions from NameCheap on how you can take advantage of Fast Transfer. Stay tuned for more information and don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer service team with questions.


Afternic Customer Support

Customers should receive a subsequent email from Afternic to explain how they can ensure their domain names are added to the Fast Transfer network.

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