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Domain Name Sales glitch hints of upcoming ‘Payment Plan’ service


Payment Plan options at Domain Name Sales.

An apparent glitch at Domain Name Sales that resulted in notices of “payment plan” availability in active, DNS-brokered sales, accidentally exposed an upcoming service.

The glitch sent out no email notices to existing buyers, it merely appeared as a notice to the domain owners for certain transactions.

Just a few months away from its December merger with Uniregistry, Domain Name Sales is essentially introducing a payment plan system for partners that aren’t self-brokering their domain names.

The payment plan consists of defining a down payment amount, and the number of months to complete the sale for that domain. The plan is managed, naturally, by DNS partner Escrow.com.

In the coming days, leads that were established in the past for domain inquiries in accounts handled by the Domain Name Sales brokers, will receive email notifications of the payment plan availability.

Such domains are thus expected to receive a sizable boost in account activity, hopefully leading to more sales.

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2 Responses to “Domain Name Sales glitch hints of upcoming ‘Payment Plan’ service”
  1. Joe says:

    If DNS wants to keep up with the changing times, it needs to start supporting Bitcoin for parking payouts, just like Bodis.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Joe – I’m good with PayPal for now 😀

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