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GoDaddy auction question

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by QuiGloriam, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. QuiGloriam

    QuiGloriam Regular Member

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    I want to buy a domain on GoDaddy auction, I just bought the membership to buy and sell domains.

    The minimmum bidding price is $60 for the domain that I want to to buy, the question is:

    If I'm the highest bidder on $60, it's 100% sure that I'm going to take the domain or the seller can refuse my offer?

    Thanks, first time on GoDaddy auctions.
     
  2. flipflop101

    flipflop101 Junior Member

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    As long as there's no reserve on the auction, it's yours.
     
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  3. seoways

    seoways Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    unless someone bids higher than you,,, the domain is your,, no change in it
     
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    Seo Lover Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If nobody else bids on it , and you are are the only bidder till the ending time of auction

    Then it will be yours

    After you won , simply pay and you will get it in your account in 7 days .
     
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  5. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    if the domain is owned by godaddy ,no issues(if no one else bid,higher than you).but if its of any public person,they can renew the domain for one more year and look for more bidding amount again.Correct me if am wrong.
     
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  6. QuiGloriam

    QuiGloriam Regular Member

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    I was the highest bidder but I didn't get the domain. The domain was renewed and now I need to wait 80 days for the auction to end.

    I guess I need to contact the owner and ask for the price he is looking for.

    Thanks guys.
     
  7. JokerNikx

    JokerNikx BANNED BANNED

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    Reserve Bid Matters =]]
     
  8. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Yes.Its that.Even i too won LLL.com domain for 90$ ,but the domain again came into auctions,as my previous winning bid was its initial bid.then i contacted godaddy,and they confirmed me about this thing.