To buy a domain, find it on the marketplace and make a price offer. To do this, select Purchase > Browse domains on the marketplace on the website menu. On the displayed page you can search for domains by name, browse domains by topic categories or use the advanced [...]
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In negotiations, the buyer and the seller exchange price offers until an offer is accepted by the other party or until buyer and seller conclude that their price expectations are too different. Negotiations always start when the first purchase offer is made by the buyer. [...]
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To display the list of ongoing negotiations to buy a domain, select Purchase > Ongoing auctions on the website menu. The list of ongoing negotiations will be displayed. Point the mouse cursor to the row with selected negotiations to display the buttons that allow you to [...]
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Yes, until the seller accepts your offer, you can change it by making a new offer with a new amount. To make a new offer, point the mouse cursor to the offer row to display the operation buttons and then press the New offer button.
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Yes, until the seller accepts your offer, you can withdraw it or make another offer. To withdraw your offer, point the mouse cursor to the offer row in order to display the operation buttons, then click the Withdraw button.
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When making your offer, you specify the validity period of the offer. By default, it is 7 days, but you can choose a different period from 1 to 14 days. During that time, the seller must respond to your offer. If they do not do so, the offer will expire and become [...]
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If the seller made you a counteroffer in negotiations, you can accept it or propose your price. To accept the seller's counteroffer, go to the website menu and click on the bell icon that contains a list of all the account operations that you need to perform with [...]
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A seller making their counteroffer specifies its validity. By default, it is 7 days, but the seller can choose a different period from 1 to 14 days. During that time, you have to respond to their counteroffer. If you do not do so, the counteroffer will expire and become [...]
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If the seller does not consider your offer in the negotiations by the time limit indicated by you, the offer will expire and become invalid. If you want to buy the domain, you will have to make another offer.
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The amount of the offer (or the "Buy Now" price) is the final amount you will pay for the domain. However, if the domain expires soon, you will have to bear the cost of renewing it for another year.
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Closing the negotiations involves preventing the other party from making further offers. Both the buyer and the seller can close the negotiations. For example, you can close negotiations if the seller makes counteroffers which are too high and you don't want to receive [...]
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Sellers have the option to block specific buyers if they have previously had bad experiences with them. If a seller places you on such a list, you will not be able to make offers to purchase domains, but you could buy domains from other sellers. Some domains also have a [...]
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The seller can offer you different ways to settle the transaction. Depending on the options chosen by the seller, you can settle your domain purchase on the marketplace in the following ways: VAT invoice from AfterMarket.pl – the most popular form of settlement, [...]
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Only domains registered on our website can be put up for sale on AfterMarket.pl. That is why we have full control over the domain sales process. If you made a payment for a domain, we guarantee that the domain will be placed in your account.
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If you have bought on the marketplace a domain, which is not hosted at AfterMarket.pl, the seller must transfer it to our website before starting the transaction. The seller has 10 days to transfer the domain. Only when the domain is on our website, the purchase [...]
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If you have bought on our marketplace a domain that is not hosted on our website, the seller must transfer it before the domain purchase transaction begins. Until the domain transfer is completed, you do not have to pay for the domain. If the seller does not transfer [...]
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No. You are obliged to pay for a domain bought on the marketplace.
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Some domains on the marketplace have a fixed "Buy Now" price. This allows you to buy a domain right away, without having to negotiate. To buy a domain using the "Buy Now" option, press the Buy Now button on the domain sale offer. A form that contains the summary of the [...]
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Sellers make it possible to lease some domains directly via the offer on the marketplace. In such a situation, the description of the offer shows the monthly lease rent. To lease out a domain, press the Lease out button. You will see a form that contains a summary of [...]
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Sellers make it possible to purchase some domains in installments directly via the offer on the marketplace. In such a situation, the description of the offer shows the minimum monthly installment. To buy a domain for installments, press the Buy in installments button. [...]
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Domain traffic information is counted by our code embedded on the domain information page or provided by the parking system if the domain is parked. This information should well reflect the domain traffic, however, there may be slight differences among the various [...]
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