Afternic - An easy question for anyone who has either sold a domain or gotten an offer there.

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Will Afternic send you an email notifying you of an offer or a sale?

I've read through the site, and I can't find anywhere that it mentions this.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Why not try clicking their support link at the top of the page

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    • Profile picture of the author crowsnest7
      Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

      Why not try clicking their support link at the top of the page

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      Hi Al,

      I've done that for a couple of other reasons, and they don't seem to want to get back to me.

      Besides, they might just take a wild guess if they do.

      I'd like to know from someone who has actually received an email about an offer or sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author KenW3
    Originally Posted by crowsnest7 View Post

    Will Afternic send you an email notifying you of an offer or a sale?

    I've read through the site, and I can't find anywhere that it mentions this.
    Yes, They do send an email. There are two email types I've received.

    The email where their buyer met your price says 'Congratulations, your domain name is sold! The member below met your asking or reserve price.' Then you are provided the domain name, final price, buyer's username, a link to the escrow page for your sale, and a statement that this is a binding agreement.

    The email message where a buyer did not meet your minimum purchase price says 'Great news! You have received the following offer on your domain name'. It then shows the domain name, buyer's offer, buyer's username, and your current buy now price. The email provides you with a login link to their member center to either accept the offer or place a counter offer.

    These email messages are sent to the address you have listed on your account. One of their brokers also sent a reminder to my whois contact email last year when I didn't respond within a few days

    I have found Afternic to be very professional in all transactions, both when they were their own private company and (of course) now that they are owned by GoDaddy.
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