Payoneer Escrow Now Offering Domain Holding Transactions

Last night  on Domain Boardroom, I learned that domain name sellers and domain brokers can now use Payoneer Escrow for domain name deals with payment plans. At the present time, this includes  domain sales using payment plans where the buyer pays over time. I understand the company intends to add additional  types of domain name deals in the future.

Brandon Abbey explained how it works and what it costs to set up a holding transaction with Payoneer:

“Sellers and Brokers can initiate transactions. There is an initial down/first payment amount of at least $100. Escrow fee is paid over the term of the transaction, not upfront as others require. What does it cost? Our standard escrow fee amortized over the term and the buyer pays a $20/month holding fee.”

I think the main best part  of this news is that the escrow fee is paid over the term rather than upfront. One issue with paying up front is that if the buyer doesn’t end up completing the transaction, especially in the case of deals where the first payments are smaller or the deal is very large over a long period of time, the escrow fees could eat up the initial payment(s). When the escrow fee is paid out over the deal term, it means more revenue for the seller at the beginning of the transaction.

As I mentioned last week, Payoneer Escrow is offering 50% off of transactions started in April.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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5 COMMENTS

  1. Why the cover up to keep such info back, B A has been good about getting info to domainers, he realizes these are the bread, and butter churners who keep the business flowing. Escrow dropped the ball, in turning itself into a stale bank.

  2. I started going through the steps to register with Payoneer and link it to Efty. With the domain buyer footing the bill either case, I wonder if promoting a name they don’t know (Payoneer vs Escrow.com) will make them hesitate? Even if the fees are cheaper?

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