You don't know that's the problem, If you really want it backorder it from all of them, so these here:.
I believe the only one that charges no matter what is godaddy, the others only charge when you or if you win I believe. but the best that I've used is snapnames, the drops I tend to win are almost always with snapnames..
Remember each one of these represents different registrars for example:.
Is Enom so if the expired/drop domain was originally with enom or a enom reseller you run a better chance catching it through clubdrop.com.
Partner with Network Solutions, moniker, Dotster, and a few others, my #1 in terms of success with drops..
Partner with themselves... they suck anyway so whatever. Stay away from them at all costs is my recommendation..
I don't believe they partner directly with anyone anymore but they do still catch some drops well, not what they used to be..
So in a majority of the cases you will win the backorder with the partner site.... most of the time. It's a weird process..
If more than one person backorder the domain with the same backorder service the service if it wins the backorder will then put it up for auction between the people who placed the backorder..
The backorders at snapnames have cost me a minimum of $60 US, if it didn't go to auction after the backorder..
Hope this helped you a little, for more info on pricing visit each of the backorder sites..
Oh I almost forgot I believe tucows.com also does backorders but I've never dealt with them so I don't have any experience to share with them.
OH thank you very very much..
Your post help me a lot!!..
Domain that register with onlinenic.com where to backorder.
Great post Miguel - very informative!.
You seem to know a bit about this - if a domain is currently with Godaddy and about to drop would you have a better chance of getting it through them than the other services?.
To be fair each registrar should have an equal chance - but it's not exactly a fair game is it?..
Yeah it really isn't.
In my experience it can happen that a different drop-catching service than the partner catches the drop but honestly I'd probably say maybe 9 times out of ten that the partner catches it..
The big problem I believe is this stupid auction system they use when more than one person backorders a domain. I know this might sound kind of like a paranoid-conspiracy-theory but I think the drop catchers will force auction if the backorder falls between certain parameters, but since I have noticed that good domains seem to disappear after people put them into their carts but then don't buy them right away on some registrars in particular....
I think they might just be forcing the auctions, I mean what is more lucrative to the drop catchers? a flat fee or a possible auction that could go for 3-4 times more because they force the auction?.
Yesterday I bought 1 domain thatPR5 only 5$ at clubdrop but renewal 29.95$ Total 34.95$.
But I has no backlink haha I'm very stupid maybe if next pr update it wll PR0..