Domain auctions : Prompt support from NameJet

I’ve been a member of NameJet since 2007, having spent a pretty dollar acquiring premium domains in the secondary market.

My primary focus has been that of aged, .com domains that are dictionary words, two word composites and brandables. I don’t discount .net and .org domains, they hold their reselling potential well.

Domains that I acquired for a few hundred dollars on NameJet, have earned a healthy ROI upon selling them to end users. It’s a great business model, and I’m thankful for this type of service.

Through the years, NameJet has matured, and despite being a smaller enterprise than its holding companies, their quality of support is superb.

A couple of days ago I discovered a glitch related to the way auctions displayed the domain information, and relayed it to NameJet. As I speculated, the issue was related to a timeout of the Estibot API, displaying a broken image, forcing the landing page to complete only after 30-60 seconds had passed.

NameJet resolved the issue within a couple of hours, and as I’m currently performing another test run of their selling platform, I’m definitely pleased with the outcome.

Regarding the introduction of SnapNames as a NameJet affiliate, I’ll save my thoughts for another time. 😉


  1. John Mcntyre says

    Namejet has been excellent so far and probably just getting better.

  2. Jonathan says

    Now if they only worked on the rest of their customer service which isn’t good. In regards to domains being submitted to auctions and the lack of replies.

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