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Escrow.com reports record results in Q1

Domain name transactions help push Escrow.com to its second consecutive quarterly record. Escrow.com released its quarterly Domain Investment Index (pdf) today, and parent company Freelancer.com released its quarterly results last week. Total domain name transactions in Q1 2021 were $110 million, up from about $94 million in the last quarter of 2020 and $86 million […]

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Escrow.com hits $5 Billion dollar milestone!

Escrow.com, our premium sponsor, announced that they reached a tremendous milestone: $5 billion US dollars in transactions. The sheer number of transactions to reach $5 billion is mind boggling, and as an industry standard, Escrow.com delivers security...
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Escrow.com now offers free lunch with every domain transaction!

Domain industry behemoth, Escrow.com, has once again shifted the proverbial paradigm for domain transactions. Offering more services for less, is the way to go among frugal domain investors, and the domain escrow provider has taken it one step ahead of its primary competitor, PayPal, this time. “We want to give our customers the very best […]

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Escrow.com : A few details on the Secure Domain Name Holding process

Escrow.com offers a secure domain name holding process, that is a perfect fit for domain sales made via installments. When a domain buyer is unable to come up with the funds for a domain up front, not everything is lost. Entrepreneurs, start-ups and anyone desiring a particular domain name, can benefit from making installment payments; […]
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Escrow.com puts the brakes on Chinese buyers’ credit cards

Escrow.com has temporarily disabled credit card payments from Chinese buyers, due to high decline rates. The top domain payments facilitator announced that domain name buyers from China will have to use bank wire transfers, until the measure is reversed. Here is what Escrow.com announced: “We have noticed unusually high decline rates on credit cards from […]

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