Name Seller Frequently Asked Questions:
What kind of names do you accept under your Agent Agreement?
Name Seller Agent:
Short, memorable, easy to pronounce, easy to spell .com domain names and two-keyword .com domain names for a business, product or service.
We accept all Domain Names for a $10 USD Page Creation Fee and a $199 USD Commission payable at the time of a sale.
How do I list a domain name with NameGent.com?
Submit your request via email or call us to discuss.
Submit Domain Names with your $10 USD payment.
What is your listing fee?
$10 USD Sales Page Creation Fee.
What is your commission?
$ 500 USD PrePaid and then at the time if a sale $ 500 USD or between 7% and 15% of the Gross Sale Price, whichever amount is higher and the Name Seller pays the Standard Escrow Transaction Fees. If the Buyer prefers the Concierge Service at Escrow.com, then the Concierge Escrow.com Transaction Fees are split by the Name Seller and Name Buyer.
At the time of a successful sale, $199 USD Broker Commission.
Who pays the escrow fee?
The Name Seller is responsible for all standard escrow transaction fees. If the Buyer prefers the Escrow.com Concierge Service, then the Escrow.com Concierge Transaction Fees will be split between the Name Seller and Name Buyer.
Do you have any additional fees?
How do we verify that you own the right to the domain name?
You must forward your domain name to your sales page at NameGent.com within one week of receiving your URL email. Also, the contact information you submit for review must match, if any, the public whois information.
How do I get paid?
You will be paid your Net Amount, less our Agent Fee / Commission and the Escrow Transaction Fees, per the Escrow Service Agreement, once the escrow service has confirmed both sides of the transaction have been completed.
Do I have to re-direct my domain name to my namegent.com Sales Page?
Yes, we are acting as your Exclusive Sales Agent.
Yes, this is the point of a Domain Name Sales Page: Free Traffic, Low Fee Sale.
Listing trademark protected domain names:
When listing a domain name at namegent.com you are representing that you have the legal right to register and use the domain name and that the domain name is free of any legal proceedings challenging your right to register and/or use the domain name. It is your responsibility to perform the necessary research, or to hire someone, to ensure that your domain name does not infringe the intellectual property rights of a third party. If you are notified of a legal proceeding you must notify NameGent.com so that your domain name can be removed from our website until legal clarification has occurred. NameGent.com reserves the right to remove domain names from our listings and website which, in NameGent.com's sole discretion, may infringe or violate the rights of a third party.
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