Through eName.com or Escrow.com transfer domain
Why Use eName Escrow Service? eName is No.1 domain name escrow
service provider. eName escrow service adds trust to the transaction. eName
escrow service reduces the potential risk of fraud by acting as a trusted
third party that collects, holds and disburses funds according to Buyer and
Seller instructions. Buyer own the domain name only after he make the payment.
Seller could receive the domain name payment after transfer the domain name.
How does eName escrow service work? 1. The buyer or seller
notifies eName for opening a domain escrow service. 2. eName checks the
escrow application (price/owner an so on) and then open an escrow. 3. The
buyer makes the payment to eName in 3 business days. 4. After checking the
payment and receiving the transfer notarization from the seller,eName
transfers the domain to buyer in 3 business days. 5. After the transfer
being finished, eName releases the money to the seller within 3 business
Escrow fee? Domain escrow transactions can vary in price and
typically cost 10% of the sale/purchase price,but $50 at least and $2000 at
Buyer and Seller Agree to Terms Both parties agree to terms of
the transaction, which includes a description of the merchandise, sale price,
number of days for the Buyer's inspection, and any shipping information.
Buyer Pays Escrow.com The Buyer submits an available payment
option. Escrow.com verifies the payment. Processing time varies by payment
Seller Ships Merchandise Upon payment verification, the Seller
is authorized to ship merchandise and submit tracking information. Escrow.com
verifies that the Buyer receives the shipment.
Buyer Accepts the Merchandise The Buyer has a set number of days
for an inspection and the option to accept or reject the merchandise. For more
information, FAQs - Return Questions.
Escrow.com Pays the Seller Escrow.com pays the Seller by the
method selected by the Seller. The transaction is complete.