Discover what Domain Backorders one and how you could get an attractive and proven domain name from the control panel.
When an active domain expires, it could still be renewed by the present owner for about 2 months after the expiration and even though it won't be active, it can't be used by anyone else. In case the domain is not renewed by that moment, however, it goes into a 5-day deletion time frame and after that it is available to the general public. During the deletion period anyone will be able to send a backorder for the domain name through an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and the service provider will use its registry channel in order to try to register the domain for the user once it is available. Since a lot of registrars may attempt to obtain a certain domain and names are acquired on first-come, first-serve basis, there isn't any warranty that employing such a computerized service will give you ownership over it, still this is the most effective way to get an appealing domain name as trying to register it yourself almost certainly means that you will be too late.
Domain Backorder in Shared Web Hosting
As our company is a partner of an ICANN-licensed company, we offer domain backorders with all shared web hosting solutions, so you won't need to sign up for a separate account. An individual section within your Hepsia internet hosting Control Panel will enable you to browse all domains that will be deleted in the following days and we have added several filters that will enable you to narrow the search. You will be able to input any word or phrase, specify the minimum and maximum number of characters, select an exact deletion date or choose the extensions that should be shown. Employing the filters will save you efforts and time and if you discover a domain name that you'd like to have, you will be able to place your order for it with a mouse click. If we're unable to register the chosen name, you won't lose the money you have paid us and you shall be able to order other domains with it - new registrations or backorders.