It is Namenative's goal to provide buyers and sellers with a marketplace with secure and painless transactions for domain purchases. This goal can be achieved best when buyers and sellers follow our standard rules which apply to domains purchased or sold through the Namenative marketplace or with the assistance of Namenative's domain acquisition service.
Namenative users are not allowed to interfere with another user's attempt to either purchase or sell domain names. Users are not permitted to email buyers in an open or completed transaction to warn them away from a seller or item. If you have a problem with a transaction, please review our Rights Protection Program and/or submit a general complaint through the Namenative complaint forum.
Buyers automatically enter into a legally binding contract to purchase a domain from the seller if their bid is accepted by the seller or if they accept a seller's offer to sell. Give careful consideration when making or accepting offers. Namenative's user agreement requires buyers to pay for the domains that they have committed to purchase. Buyers who refuse to follow through with domain offers that have been accepted by the seller are potentially liable to the Seller for breach of the sales contract to which both are parties.
Namenative prohibits email offers to buy or sell listed or brokered domains outside of the Namenative marketplace. Offers of this nature are meant to avoid Namenative's fee structure and are a potential fraud risk for both buyers and sellers.
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Domain purchases outside of Namenative do not receive the benefit of Namenative's Domain Sales Agreement or Namenative's escrow or domain transfer services that ensure safe and secure transfers of the domain and purchase price.
If you make an offer or counter-offer, it is binding for seven (7) days from the time you make the offer. During this time, you cannot cancel the negotiations or change your offering price. Sellers are similarly bound to commit to their offers for the same time period.
It is the Buyer's responsibility to research whether or not their desired domain is subject to trademark or intellectual property protections. Namenative prohibits the purchase or sale of domains comprised of trademark protected terms. If you would like to research whether a particular domain is protected by trademark rights, please click here.