All You Ought To Know About Domain Safety

by Jimmy Mathur Esqwire

Theft, fraud, and deception can be nerve-wracking. While it is quite painful to lose hard-earned money and wealth, it is quite painful to lose your reputation in business which you have built over the years owing to your dedicated and tireless work.  This is how painful and sad you could get when your domain in the internet marketplace is hacked by some people who are looking to make some quick money without expending effort. They resort to using god-given skill and intelligence in a negative way. Domain theft recovery which involves a number of steps that have to be followed legally can be used to tackle the issue. You can depend on ESQwire which is a legal firm to take care of all disputes you might have regarding domains.

Domain Theft Recovery

Buying and selling domains and ensuring the safety

When you are buying and selling domains, there is a chance for fraud, the seller might get the money from the buyer for a particular domain or domain name. But, the seller might not transfer the ownership of the domain to the buyer. Alternatively, the buyer might get the domain transferred to his name by making a partial payment and may cheat the seller on the amount once the transfer is made. Using domain escrow services is the right solution to prevent such incidents.

Escrow services- what is it?

The escrow operators are usually licensed and audited agents who withhold the payment of the buyer until they are sure that the domain has been transferred by the seller and using the database of the appropriate registrar. They then release the funds to the seller. They act as perfect third-party who facilitate buying and selling of domains wherein both the buyer and seller are in a win-win situation.

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About Jimmy Mathur Freshman   Esqwire

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Joined APSense since, January 22nd, 2020, From Cherry Hill, United States.

Created on Apr 17th 2020 06:52. Viewed 280 times.


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