Sedo updates its Terms & Conditions for 2015

Sedo has issued a lengthy list of revisions and updates to its Terms & Conditions.

The popular domain marketplace seems to have updated several of its agreements and documents, to which clients must agree to, if they want to continue the venue’s services.

In particular, there are new versions of:

sedoIt is not quite clear what has changed, so here’s what Sedo has to say:

Sedo User Agreement
The Sedo User Agreement has been separated into three parts: the Sedo User Agreement covering the relationship between Sedo and our Users; the Domain Marketplace Agreement containing terms of use for Buyers and Sellers trading domains on the Sedo platform; and the Domain Transfer Agreement with terms related to Sedo’s transfer assistance service.

Domain Marketplace Purchase and Sale Agreement
The standard Purchase and Sale Agreement for sales closed on the Sedo Domain Marketplace has been updated to reflect the document’s possible use for sales closed with the assistance of Sedo’s Brokerage services.

The revised User Agreement applies to all Sedo Users and, where applicable, the Domain Marketplace Agreement and Domain Transfer Agreement apply to those who have domains listed for sale in any Sedo User Account. Each Sedo User is responsible for maintaining a domain list in their Sedo User Account that accurately reflects domains that User still owns and wishes to sell.

Continued use of Sedo’s Site or Services, including your Sedo User Account, on or after April 1, 2015, means that you agree to accept the revised version of our User Agreement and those service-specific terms that apply to you. We ask that you take a moment read these revised documents to ensure that you understand them.

The changes take effect on April 1st, 2015. Not a joke.

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