Sedo Adds 6 New Payment Options

Sedo announced the addition of six new payment options for domain name buyers using its platform. According to a representative from Sedo, “[T]hese additional payment methods are particularly advantageous for domain sellers: they ensure that buyers worldwide can now choose their preferred local payment method, making it even easier to purchase domains.”

Buyers can now purchase domain names using these six options:

  • American Express (CC)
  • Cartes Bancaires (CC)
  • iDeal
  • Trustly
  • giropay
  • Klarna Pay Now

Notably, the addition of Klarna does not appear to be the buy now pay later option. The addition of this option would be helpful to buyers who want to pay for their domain name purchases over time. GoDaddy recently introduced Klarna’s BNPL option to buyers at Afternic.

With the addition of these six payment options, Sedo now offers a total of 12 payment options for buyers. You can see view more details about payment options on Sedo’s website.

Proceeds from sales will still be distributed to sellers in their preferred currency.

I asked Sedo if there are payment limits for any of the payment methods. Here’s what a Sedo representative shared with me:

There are payment limits for:

Paypal
Credit Cards (Cartes bancaires, Amex, Visa, Unionpay, Mastercard
Klarna PayNow

There are no payment limits for

wire transfer
iDEAL
giropay
trustly
Alipay

Please note that some payment methods are having an Express Fee (Express Transfer Fee):

Paypal
All Credit cards
Klarna paynow
Alipay

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

3 COMMENTS

  1. I have a couple of cows, sheep, chickens and excess new born child, will Sedo accept these as payment? Oh, I have lots of the exotic Dutch Tulip growing on my pasture. Very rare and and they are tradeable for one word domain.

    One camel for one word domain please…..

  2. I really think the value of Sedo lies solely in sales through landing pages. I sale through the godaddy/afternic network all the time without pointing domains there. But I never get sales on sedo without domains being pointed to their landing pages. IMO it’s almost all landing page traffic.

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