Having Escrow.com issues? A phonecall can help resolve them

As a long-term customer of Escrow.com I'm very happy with the quality of service they provide. Later this year, it'll be 16 years since I first used Escrow.com in a domain-related transaction, and while that makes me marvel at how fast time flies by, it reinforces my trust in the service. No … [Read more...]

False claims : We used to own this domain name

Recently, I've experienced an increase in a new type of claim when receiving domain inquiries. The other party states that they owned the domain name in the past, but they somehow lost access to it. In the cases I'm referring to, the claims are outright false. As I hold domain names long … [Read more...]

Domain buyer wisdom : You’ve had your chance, and you blew it

We're right in the heart of summer, and it's probably the slowest part of the year. During these summer doldrums, as Elliot calls it, it's good to expand on one's domain selling channels, and I'm currently using Uniregistry brokerage. The capable guys and gals at Uniregistry are going through … [Read more...]

GDPR and domain sales mandate the use of Escrow.com Concierge

With the upcoming onslaught of the GDPR - a European Union approach to data privacy that wasn't vetted by American organizations - the domain industry is about to lose yet another battle. So far, ICANN has been unable to come to a consensus regarding WHOIS policies under the GDPR. It seems that … [Read more...]

Dot .ORG domains offer authority to restricted gTLDs

I've been registering .ORG domains since 1999, and have been successfully selling them to private investors and corporations. The dot .ORG extension (TLD) provides a quality layer of authority and legitimacy. It ranks exceptionally well in Google, at a preferential degree, perhaps. Recently, … [Read more...]