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My domain name on Sedo?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by M1ndfluX, Apr 11, 2011.

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  1. M1ndfluX

    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Hey all.


    Registered some fine .co's lately to sell them eventually.

    So i was checking things out on sedo, seeing one of my .co's with already 4 bids on them lolz.

    And no, im not listed on sedo or any other domainbroker.

    Can anyone shine a light on this one? I assume you can only sell domains if you own them :D
     
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    kokokos Newbie

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    Even unregistered domains could be listed on Sedo. I know it may sounds crazy but that is how it is. Sedo does not verify domain ownership on listing stage. If you want to remove your domain from sedo you have to email them and ask for it. If you just want to list it under your name just try to add it to your account and make sure that whois information similar to sedo account.
     
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    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Awesome kokokos,


    Didnt knew that, but then again i am not into domains as yet. :D

    Appreciated!
     
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    i don't get it. how do they sell it then if the domain is registered in the OP's name? wouldn't the OP have to be the one to hand it over??
     
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    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Uhm no. I am the registrar and my guess is that you have to be the owner to sell it.

    I think someone just listed it and once there was some bidding he would register it or something.