For Prospective Buyers - please read the following before
going to the Domains for Sale Area:
1. Free to Search, Free to Bid
You may search through the available domain names for FREE. If
you find a domain name available for sale that you like you may
contact the seller directly to negotiate a price.
2. Buyer Beware!
We receive new domain names each day and post them once we
receive confirmation that they are indeed for sale. We try to
make sure that the person listing the domain for sale is either
the owner of the domain name or is authorized by the owner to
sell the domain name. We do this by sending an e-mail to the
listed administrative contact to confirm the intention to sell
In spite of our efforts, domain names may be listed which are
misrepresented as for sale when in fact they are not. Please
exercise your own due diligence as a purchaser to determine that
the person you are contacting is legitimately authorized to sell
the domain name. When purchasing a domain name, whether from
MAXdomains or another site or dealer, you may want to consider
using the MAXdomains Escrow
Service to help protect you and your money - the seller pays
for the cost of the service.
One other factor to consider is to make sure that the
registration fee (charged by interNIC or other registrar services
like Register.com) has been paid by the seller. You should make
sure that you know when the renewal date is and what the amount
that you owe will be on that date.
If you are interested in a domain name, contact the person by e-
mail who owns it. You may find it useful to research alternative
domain names which could be available and within your price
range. See The Value of Domain
Names to help determine the value of the domain name you
might be interested in.
Sometimes instead of buying a name outright, a more cost-
effective strategy (especially if you are just starting your
business) would be to lease the domain name. Leasing gives you
the right to use the domain name by making monthly or yearly
payments but the ownership is retained by the current registrant.
This saves on costs of starting an online business.
One difficulty with leasing is that you don't have outright
control of the domain name which means if somebody comes along
with sufficient cash to purchase the name you may have to find
another name. Another difficulty you may have would be to
enforce a contract with someone who lives in another state or
5. Domain Name Purchasing
Once you have reached an agreed upon price, you pay the person
who is the registrant to change the domain name to you and change
the contact information to your contact information. Again, an
escrow service like MAXdomains
Escrow Service can help you in this process if you request
If you agree on a leasing arrangement, you need to draw up a
contract, agree on the terms, and then get a web hosting service
to host the domain name.
6. Right to Amend Terms and Time
MAXdomains.com (ProQuality Corporation) reserves the right to
amend or modify the terms of domain listings and sales at any
time by posting the amended terms on its site. The amended terms
shall be automatically effective once they are posted at
Buyers agree to hold MAXdomains.com (ProQuality Corporation)
harmless of any claims resulting from seller's misrepresentations
or failure to appropriately transfer domain name. Buyers also
agree to hold MAXdomains.com (ProQuality Corporation) harmless of
any claims of infringement of any trade name, trademark, service
mark, copyright, or license of any person or
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