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» What are the Auction Rules?
» Why should I buy a domain name?
» How is ownership of a domain transferred?

What is URLs.net? Top...

We connect domain name sellers with buyers. URLs.net is operated by Del Information Services, Inc., an Oregon corporation formed in early 2001, which provides numerous types of services. Our non-domain name clients include non-profit and advocacy organizations, along with government officials, including state legislators and a fomer Oregon Attorney General. See a partial client list here.

What are the Auction Rules? Top...

You must be a registered user to bid on items. By bidding, you are stating that you are ready and willing to purchase that item for your bid amount, plus transaction fees, if any, charged by URLs.net's parent company Del Information Services, Inc.

If you are outbid on an item or your bid is not accepted by the seller, you are under no obligation to buy. But in all other cases, you are entering a contract with the Seller to buy the item, and to deliver payment within the time period specified. If you can't pay on time, don't bid! Your bids are final and non-retractable.

Why should I buy a domain name? Top...

A domain name is required to establish a Website. A host is also required. URLs.net provides both these services.

An Internet presence will benefit your organization or business. Along with its easy access feature, it's an inexpensive marketing tool less costly than yellow page, newspaper, radio, or TV ads. For brochures, flyers, and other publications, not only can changes can be made easily and distributed rapidly, it saves you an enormous amount of time and expense.

You should choose an easy to remember domain name as short as possible in the number of characters. Many also purchase additional names that contain words they believe people will use in search engines. If possible, we recommend purchasing both the .com and .net of a name, and if possible others. If an organization, the .org alone will be suitable.

How is ownership of a domain transferred? Top...

We suggest the following.

  • Negotiate all the terms and conditions of Purchase/Sale via the Private Message feature linked below domain/Website descriptions. Both parties must agree with all aspects of the sale. The Seller must accept the Buyer's bid and the Buyer must agree to the purchase.

  • The Seller then initiates the purchase agreed upon by both parties whether it be via PayPal or other payment processor, through an Escrow Service, or by wire transfer. The Seller is then obligated to initiate domain name ownership via his or her Registrar (Godaddy, Network Solutions, etc.). In the event a Seller does not complete the transfer within the Closing date agreed upon, the Buyer is entitiled to a complete refund.

  • If agreed to by both parties, URLs.net will act as a secure financial intermediary and will hold monies in escrow for the Buyer until the Seller transfers the Domain.

The responsibility for all aspects of a transaction lies exclusively with the Seller and Buyer. We are unable to conduct a domain transfer (this is initiated through the Registrar), nor can we be held responsible for errors on the part of Registrars or errors, misrepresentations or fraudulent behavior on the part of either party involved in the transaction.

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