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Can you sell one domain on Sedo and on Flippa at the 'same time'

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by entry, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. #1
    Can you sell -YourDomains,

    on a flippa auction, AND on a sedo auction at the same time?

    eg can you sell them both on the 1st of June, on both sites, together ?
    SEMrush

    Have you done this for your domains?? did you find one site gets more bids than the other? and one offered higher sales ?
     
    entry, Apr 11, 2017 IP
    SEMrush
  2. sarahk

    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    You'd need to read the TOS of both sites. I would imagine that if you secured a sale on one site it would be legally binding and to risk selling on both sites simultaneously would be "problematic". You can't sell something twice.
     
    sarahk, Apr 11, 2017 IP
  3. nsb2006

    nsb2006 Member

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    There should be no problem if you decide to sell a domain on two or even more platform, The platform cannot detect and also won't forbid you selling the domain elsewhere as it's your whole right.

    But if someone buys your domains at Sedo, and then buy it on Flippa, you're under risk -- you have only ONE domain, and you might need to pay penalty or get account banned.

    Always suggested only sell one domain in one place.

    Exception is, sell the domain with fixed price on one platform, and sell it on other platform with accepting offer model, there's no risk on accepting offer.
     
    nsb2006, Apr 13, 2017 IP
  4. daica85

    daica85 Active Member

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    I think you can do that, you list your domain with specific price (BIN price) on one site and on another site you list it with negotiate price. This will help you to decide which price you can sell or you can cancel negotiation at one side. IMO
     
    daica85, Apr 15, 2017 IP
  5. matt_62

    matt_62 Notable Member

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    I personally perfer to try to pause it from sale while it is listed elsewhere. Once it is for sale at an auction, such as flippa, the sale is "locked". For most auctions, you are legally binded to continue the transaction.

    skim read this:
    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/remote/check_cookie.html?url=http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/aircraft-in-ebay-dogfight/news-story/50d31ce2ea5ef1093bfe32b2eca4cbce
    It is always good to take auctions seriously. I do realise that it can be frustrating.

    (above url looks wierd, the DP forum claimed the correct link was redirecting to the above, so i had to put that in instead. go figure.)
     
    matt_62, Apr 20, 2017 IP
  6. Allen James

    Allen James Member

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    It depends what kind of sale you are going to make. If you are going with the "make offer" option then it is not a problem as you will agree only to one of the offers. But if you choose an option that you have to sell it at the end then it could be a problem. Check all the options and terms before doing that.
     
    Allen James, Apr 20, 2017 IP