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Feedback on purchase via Netfleet

Discussion in 'Netfleet.com.au' started by eBranding.com.au, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. eBranding.com.au

    eBranding.com.au Membership: VIP

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    I just wanted to give some public feedback on a recent purchase (buy now listing) via Netfleet.

    It seems people only post when they have a bad experience, so I wanted to add some balance by posting a positive one.

    The process was quick and completing the transaction was incredibly easy.

    The ownership transfer was completed in 2 hours. I wish every transaction was that quick, I'm still waiting on ownership transfer for a purchase on Sedo (two weeks so far).

    Thanks Netfleet :D
     
  2. Chris.C

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    NetFleet run a pretty tight operation.

    That said, if you bought it off the NF catalogue via the BIN some of that credit will have to go to what was a very responsive buyer, because NetFleet can't sell a domain without the authorization of the buyer.

    Can I ask what was the domain?
     
  3. eBranding.com.au

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    Absolutely, the previous domain owner (seller) deserves credit also.

    From a buyer's perspective I found Netfleet to be excellent because the whole process was low involvement and simple.

    I paid, then I was notified when the domain was in my account. No mucking around with authorisation codes or back and forth communication with an agent. No need to start a transfer with my registrar and provide details to the agent/marketplace handling the sale etc...

    A marketplace that requires minimal actions from a buyer is a good thing in my opinion. The more complex the process, the more issues that come up in my experience.

    I no longer share details of my .com.au purchases or sales, sorry Chris.

     
  4. Chris.C

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    HAHA I only asked because I sold a domain via a BIN on the NetFleet catalogue yesterday, and the process was completed in about 2.5 hours...

    ;)
     
  5. findtim

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    domain transfers via netfleet have always been great and chris C is right that it takes 2 to tango, this is why if the deal is to a dnt member then taking the time to give a dnt feedback score helps others when they are purchasing.

    tim
     
  6. Rhythm

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    I'm also very impressed by NetFleet's CoR transfer system.
     
  7. James

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    I sold a domain on Netfleet recently, they are VERY quick to get things DONE which is good to see =)