NameWorth suggests this domain's value to be in-the-ballpark of $12,500 - $25,000.
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While NameWorth provides a starting point for valuing a domain, what a domain is really worth comes down to the value it provides your business and objectives. After purchasing a premium domain, many companies have seen huge increases in the success and growth of their company. If the right domain could be a like adding a multiplier to your business, what would that perfect domain be worth?
A domain is the forefront of your company brand and ultimately, the face of your company. This is especially important during the most critical time, while a customer is learning about your company and determining how they feel about your brand.
Your domain is the first thing your potential customer is going to see before choosing your business over your competitor. Maximize your chances of success by choosing the right domain now. A great domain makes your company look even bigger & greater than it is, but a marginal domain could make your business look less experienced and often less trustworthy to your potential customers.
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All payments are processed through Escrow.com. Payment methods accepted include American Express, Master Care, Visa, Paypal & Bank Wire.
Escrow.com is an accredited Escrow company in the United States and the most trusted payment method for domain names. They process multi-million dollar transactions and in total have processed over 3.5 Billion dollars of trusted escrow transactions.
Escrow.com is heavily regulated and audited so you can rest assured your money or domain assets are in the best hands possible.
Payments are typically approved within 1-2 business days. Domain transfers usually take place on the same day the payment is approved.
As long as there are no temporary ICANN transfer blocks on the domain, you'll be able to transfer the domain to the registrar of your choice.
At times there is a 60 day lock on a domain (by ICANN) because a domain recently changed registrars or there was a change to the domain's Whois contact information. In cases like this, you may be asked to receive the domain at the current registrar. This is a normal situation and once the lock period is complete, you can then move your domain to the registrar of your choice.
The escrow process has 6 steps to ensure a safe and secure transaction on biix.
Buyer Purchases the Domain
Seller Confirms Domain is Available
Buyer pays Escrow.com
Seller Transfers Domain to Buyer
Buyer Accepts Merchandise
Escrow.com Pays the Seller
Yes! Once the first payment is made, the domain will be ready for you to use within 24 hours.
You will be able to change the NameServer and DNS settings for your domain while the monthly lease-to-own option is in place. These settings are enough to setup your website, email, and everything else you need to run your business.
Once the balance has been paid, you can transfer the domain to the registrar of your choice. At this point you can change the Whois information and any other settings for your domain.
There is a $12.50 charge for every month you choose to extend the monthly lease. For example, a 12 month lease would be a total of $150. This fee would be paid upfront when the lease starts.
There is no obligation to continue the lease-to-own option. It is a month-to-month arrangement and can be stopped at anytime.
Once stopped, the balance that you've paid up until that point would then be forfeited.
The lease-to-own process has 9 steps to ensure a safe and secure transaction on biix.
Buyer purchases the Domain by selecting the "Lease" option
Seller confirms Domain is available
Buyer pays Escrow.com initial Setup Fees
Seller transfers domain to Escrow.com
Buyer starts the monthy payments to Escrow.com
Buyer sends DNS/Nameserver information to escrow Escrow.com to begin using the domain
Buyer completes payments to Escrow.com
Escrow transfers domain to Buyer
Escrow.com pays the Seller