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godaddy auction "email seller"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    I have not been buying from godaddy auctions for too long so I dont know all their processes.
    I bought like 5 domains and I paid, and after about a week, the domains were always transferred to my name.

    But then with the next domain, something weird happened. The checkout did not charge me renewal fee. so I paid for the domain, and then in my account it says "email seller"

    I kind of ignored that, thinking the domain was now under my name. Well, it's not. I dont know what the hell is going on?

    I paid for it more than 30 days ago and it keeps saying "email seller"

    So now I dont know what to do. what am i supposed to say when emailing the seller?
     
  2. mojdk

    mojdk Junior Member

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    You might want to contact GoDaddy, instead of writing here, mate.
     
  3. hardcorebiker

    hardcorebiker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It should not take more than 7 days to transfer..If it does then contact godaddy regarding that. Sometimes their automatic transfer fails when your WHOIS info doesn't get accepted by their automated system so only seller can do that. So, contact them and also the seller using email seller link and you should get the domain soon.
     
  4. iknowyouknowme

    iknowyouknowme Newbie

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    Yeah get in touch with godaddy, it might well be that the seller may have tried to regain their domain.