30 Mar '16, 7pm

Comparing expired domain drop catching prices

As NameJet hikes prices, here are your options. NameJet announced today that it’s increasing the price of pending delete drop catching, suggesting that the price hike is so it can invest more to improve its success rate. By “pending delete” drops, I mean domain names that go through the full deletion cycle and are picked up by services hammering Verisign’s servers the moment the domain is released. Many expired domain name services also have deals with registrars to “direct transfer” domains that expire at that registrar. Here’s a look at some of the biggest drop catching services (in alphabetical order) and their pending delete backorder prices. DropCatch.com – DropCatch is part of the HugeDomains and NameBright stable, and it has invested heavily in capturing expired domain names. It has over 750 domain name registrars , most of them set up specifically to capture expiri...

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