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May 21, 2019 04:27

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Online escrow companies add new features

Escrow.com and Payoneer Escrow announce new features. Two online escrow companies popular among domain name investors have added new features. Escrow.com released a new plugin for WooCommerce. It allows the two million WooCommerce users to add Escrow.com payments as a payment option. The company plans to build additional plugins for online store platforms. Payoneer Escrow […]

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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 kicked the ball ahead of its primary competitor, PayPal, this time. “We want to give our customers the very best in […]

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Escrow.com drops minimum fee to $10

Small transactions are now cheaper at Escrow.com. Escrow.com is dropping its minimum fee on transactions to $10. This will lower the price customers pay for the standard service for any transaction under $775. It will lower the price for transactions using a credit card under $400. Escrow.com GM told Domain Name Wire that this move […]

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Escrow.com : Domain transactions can now be made in Euro (EUR)

Escrow.com has announced to its members that domain transactions in euro (EUR) are now available. This important step allows residents of the Eurozone country members to conduct business in the local currency, instead of US dollars. The bank is located in London, England – and the relevant information is being provided in an email. London […]

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Domain name escrow price and services guide

A comparison of popular domain name escrow options. The domain name escrow landscape has changed in recent years. Escrow.com is under new ownership, Payoneer has added a service and some escrow services have closed. With this in mind, I spent some time comparing the services based on features, payment options and fees. I limited my […]

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Escrow.com updates web site for secure domain transactions

Escrow.com, the domain industry’s oldest domain escrow service, has an updated web site. The update provides instant access to the escrow process, with HTML5 animations explaining the steps of the agreement, throughout the exchange. By switching the colors to darker at the top, Escrow.com achieves a pleasant experience on the desktop and mobile. The design […]

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Transaction Assurance : New Afternic feature explained

A few weeks ago, Afternic changed its old escrow process, introducing Transaction Assurance as a new service. Apparently, that led to a few confusing and uninformed threads over at NamePros. Joe Styler, Aftermarket Product Manager for GoDaddy and overall great guy, put all the information together, in order to explain why Afternic implemented these changes. […]

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Remember: No payment processing by Escrow.com this Monday

Monday, January 16th is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and a Banking holiday in the US. Financial institutions are closed, and Escrow.com will thus not be processing payments, which will resume on Tuesday, January 17th. Recently, Escrow.com started to roll out a new verification system for account holders, requiring the provision of official identification documents. […]

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Escrow.com beefs up security with new verification process

I have been using Escrow.com for a long time, when it comes to safely and securely buying or selling domains, they’ve been the gold standard for a long time. Some time ago the company was acquired by Freelancer and since then a series of updates and upgrades have been rolled out. One of the first […]

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Want to use Escrow.com? Prepare to be verified.

New verification process is designed to meet regulations. Escrow.com has started a new verification process for its customers, both buyers and sellers. In order to send or receive payments to a personal account, users will have to provide a copy of a government-issued ID (such as a drivers license) and proof of personal address (such […]

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