Cardinal Domains Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Are the prices listed on CardinalDomains.com fixed or are they negotiable; basically do CardinalDomains.com accept offers?
A. We at CardinalDomains.com will always consider your offer; however, please remember the value of a domain is based on a number of factors, including, but not limited to: comparable sales, the length of the domain, and the meaning behind the name itself. It does happen on ocassion that we find the domain has been priced too low.
Q. Do CardinalDomains.com own all the domains that they list for sale on their site?
A. CardinalDomains.com is the legal owner of every domain listed for sale on our website.
Q. How does the transfer process work?
A. Most of the domains we own are listed on the Uniregistry. com website; so they can conduct the purchase of the domain for you. Of course if you prefer to deal with us direct, that's no problem.
Q. How long does the transfer process take?
A. As soon as the payment is confirmed, normally within the next 48 hours.
Q. How can the payment be made?
A. You have several payment options: You may utilize the services of Escrow.com to facilitate payment for and transfer of the domain on behalf of each party. CardinalDomains.com asks the buyer to absorb the costs associated with this payment option. CardinalDomains.com also offers payment through PayPal. Payments can also be made via regular bank transfer.
Q. Will I own the domain?
A. Yes, once purchased the domain will be moved into your name and you will have full control of and exclusive registration rights to the domain. After you've purchased the domain, you will have the exclusive rights to do anything you want with it, including transferring the domain to the registrar of your choice.
Q. Does anything come with the domain?
A. Short answer, NO.
You are buying the domain name only. No hosting, e-mail, or any other service will be provided by CardinalDomains.com.
Q. For how long should I register my domains?
A. You should keep your registration good for at least one year. Domains have annual renewal fees and we advise you to renew your domain for multiple years at a time. Annual renewal fees vary depending upon the registrar, and typical registration fees run between $8 and $25 annually.
Once you purchase a domain, you will be responsible for maintaining the domain's registration.
Q. I own domain names that I would like to sell. Can I list my domains on CardinalDomains.com?
A. Sorry the answer is NO. Cardinal Domains often get's requests to provide listing and brokerage services however, we prefer to concentrate on our own hand-picked listings.