Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is the transaction safe and credible?

Safety first of course! In fact, domain name market tends to become mature and perfect after recent years' development. With the emergence of more platforms, trading more diversified, the buyer and seller are prone to use a more convenient and efficient way of transactions.

In general, what trading platform depends on you. But based on this premise of safety and equity, it is recommended to use 'Escrow Buy' , 'PayPal Buy' or 'Sedo Buy'.

More detail on transaction methods, please consult the help document:'How to Buy Our Doamin Name'.

2. Whether NameShow only sell your own domain names?

Yes, we only sell our own domain names. All the domain names showed on NameShow are our own domain names.

3. Can the domain names of NameShwo not be bargained?

Yes, our domain names cannot be bargained. Our domain names are all clearly priced. The price of each domain name is analyzed by data analysis. We will not set a unrealistic high price, of course, we will not support bargaining. So please don't bargain.

4. Is the price of the domain name fixed?

First of all, we will not arbitrarily adjust the price of the domain name. However, in combination with the domain names itself and various factors of the industry market, We will adjust the price of the domain name irregularly according to the collected data.

5. Can I use Sedo service for a domain name transaction?

Of course you can. What trading platform depends on you. Please notice that charges his clients a 20% fee, while Paypal charges 4.4% fee, and charges 3.25% fee.

6. What is Domain Push?

Domain Push is a basic domain transaction function provided by registrar. On the same registrarc platform, a domain can be pushed from a account (such as the seller) to another account (such as a buyer). After the buyer to accept push, the domain name will automatically transfer successfully.

More detail on domain push, please consult the help document:'Domain Push Operation Guide'.

7. What is Domain Transfer?

Domain Transfer is the process of changing the designated registrar of a domain name. That is, a domain name is transferred to another registrar from the current registrar. In the domain name transaction, once the domain name is transfered from the original registrar (the seller's account) to the new registrar (buyer's account), it means that thetransaction is completed.

More detail on domain transfer, please consult the help document:'Domain Transfer Operation Guide'.

8. What is Domain Transfer Fee?

According to ICANN, a domain name is automatically renewed for one year after transfer, so when the domain name is transferred, the new registrar will charge a one-year renewal fee as the domain name transfer fee.

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Escrow(, is a financial arrangement where a third party holds and regulates payment of the funds required for two parties involved in a given transaction. It helps make transactions more secure by keeping the payment in a secure escrow account which is only released when all of the terms of an agreement are met as overseen by the escrow company.

Advantages: reduces the risk of fraud by acting as a trusted third-party that collects, holds and only disperses funds when both Buyers and Sellers are satisfied.
Fee: 3.25% ($25.00 minimum), and 0.26% of amount over $5000.

Transaction Process:
1. Click the button [Escrow Buy] to starting a Transaction by
2. You agree to the terms of the transaction on
3. You pay to and wait for payment verification.
4. We are authorised to transfer domain name to you.
5. You accepts the domain name.
6. releases funds to us from the Escrow account.

Well, congratulations! Transaction is complete safely and securely.
Further Explanations:
▪ If you do not have an account, you can register one at
▪ Any question on the transaction, please be sure to use the same email used to register on

More detail on transaction of Escrow, please consult the official help document:
'What is Escrow? How Does Escrow Work?'