Domains.com Launches Bid to Redefine Domain Aftermarket with Free Auctions and No Commission on Domain Sales

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We believe that when you use Domains.com, we are in debt to you, not the other way round. The more high quality domains listed on the site, the better the service we are able to offer.

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Domains.com, the UK based registration and hosting company has announced they are entering the Domain Auctions business. They are offering totally free listings and 0% commission on all sales and auctions even though existing services routinely charge from 10% to 20% commissions. Their new site with its custom developed auction platform went live on September 7th.

Director Chris Hornby said, "We believe that when you use Domains.com, we are in debt to you, not the other way round. The more high quality domains listed on the site, the better the service we are able to offer."

Domains.com has also announced it is dropping its price for generic (.com, etc.) domain registrations to $10.95 per year and has added private chat rooms so that domainers can freely discuss and even make deals in a safe and secure environment. Site designer and developer Walter Long said, "Our goal is provide an all-round user friendly experience for our customers and to make it as accessable and inexpensive as possible. In today's environment, the only way to stay ahead of the game is strive to be as efficient as possible so as to keep costs to a minimum and to always put the customer first. We believe our competitors are behind the curve in this respect, and this provides us with a great opportunity to step up to the plate and re-define the industry."

To get things started Domains.com is already offering a selection of high quality generic one word domains including Plan.com ($750,000), Write.com ($620,000), Advise.com ($250,000) and Scarce.com ($190,000).

Contact:
Chris Hornby
Domains.com Limited
Southwell Business Park
Portland
DT5 2NQ
UK
Tel: +44 7740 895851
http://domains.com

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