01 Sep '17, 8pm

#Escrow .com : Tips and updates for #domain name transactions

It’s been close to a year since we rolled out the Know Your Customer (KYC) requirement for all Buyers, Sellers, and Brokers. The verification requirement has made our Escrow transacting platform more secure, and overall, more transactions have successfully completed. We are always happy to hear about further suggestions on how to make the process more user-friendly. We have also been able to successfully re-introduce Euros in the last few months, and we have received lots of positive feedback on this. Here are some tips that might help with the KYC transaction process. It’s always important that the email Buyers, Brokers, and Sellers are using is an email they check on a regular basis, as most status updates and notifications are sent via email through Escrow.com. Before a Buyer funds a transaction, they should complete their profile to the required verification level. Fun...

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