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DropCatch helps you secure expiring domain names

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  • - best approach for catching domain
    So, I'm wondering if we follow it on - is that a good way to "catch" it? Or if I search it, will it be the same story as with godaddy i.e. It will just highlight demand for the name? Source: 9 months ago
  • listed on dropcatch auction for $59 bid
    Listed on auction $59 starting bid no reserve. Source: about 1 year ago
  • My personal list of where to find quality domains for cheap — If you know a domain is about to expire (from Expired Domains or elsewhere) then you can backorder it for free. If nobody else has placed a backorder, you’ll get the domain for $59, otherwise it will enter a short auction where you have to bid against others. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Is someone trying to scam me with an offer of a domain I'm interested in?
    You should backorder the domain if you can, if it's at GoDaddy then backorder at godaddy. If somewhere else, then backorder at,, and Source: about 1 year ago
  • Another noob webhosting ask.
    The expiring domain will first have a 30 day redemption period, and then further delays before it is dropped. If the name is anything potentially of value, the name will be re-registered by someone hoping to profit off of it. I'd recommend using a drop-catch firm to attempt to register it when it is dropped. I have used with good results before. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Eyeing an expired domain what's the move?
    Yeah, ... Or depending on the actual registrar, whichever drop catch service that registrar utilizes. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Cybersquatters contacted me to sell me my What can I do?
    I have been contacted by people trying to do this and chances are they don't actually own it yet, but are fishing to see if you want it. If you reply to them saying you do, they will grab it through a service like, and resell it back to you. You're better off checking that site to see if it's coming up soon, then registering a profile yourself and "catching" it when it becomes available on your own. Source: over 3 years ago

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Domain Backorders: The Ultimate Guide
Since it was founded in 2008, DropCatch has used its dropcatching technology to secure over a million backordered domain names for its users. Placing backorders through DropCatch is free. Customers are only charged if the backordered domain has been successfully secured for them. DropCatch also comes with daily lists of currently expiring domain names and downloadable reports and search features to make it easier...

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