(knock on wood).
I have never had a non-payer,.
I've had late payers - TDNAM contacted.
Them and then they paid right away.
Maybe it's a long weekend where they are.
And he's away..
Paragraph 1 of the purchase acknowledgement states: Yet when I've had non-paying Buyers, TDNAM told me the Buyer had up to 7 days to pay before I could relist the item.
I would call TDNAM and ask them if they received payment on the 3rd day in accordance to the terms in their acknowledgement...
Thank you very much for your answers guys...
@NameCharger:What do you mean by "relist" the item?.
Doesn't the paragraph you wrote state clearly that the buyer will be automatically charged??..
A side question, what about in Sedo, what happens there if the guy doesnt pay?.
Sorry for intruding...
That's what should happen, but I've had to contact TDNAM numerous times regarding non-paying Buyers and that's the response they gave me..
What's being discussed here actually happens every other day other than just.
Domain names. Cars, computers, you name it, someone backs out (or at least.
Tries to) after reaching an agreement with the other party.
Years ago a friend agreed to buy my old digital diary (yup, that old) from me..
He never came through, but I personally didn't see it worthwhile to nag him on.
If the other party doesn't reply by then, it's really up to you to decide on your.
Own if it's worth pursuing a $100+ matter or not...
That has happened to me at SEDO.
Nothing happens really.
Sedo may or may not cancel the buyer's account.
Sedo will provide the Buyer's info if you want to try.
And seek a legal remedy to force compliance.
Unfortunately, I have heard a lot of stories about people bidding up on TDNAM and not buying... and Godaddy doesn't enforce their rules at all. So sellers are left in the cold for the most part it seems...