How Escrow Works!

Buyer and seller Agree to terms

The Buyer and Seller agree to terms – After registering at both parties agree to terms of the transaction, which includes the domain name(s) and sale price.

Buyer Payes

The Buyer pays – The Buyer submits a payment to for the amount agreed to in the escrow agreement. Once verifies and secures the payment, the seller is instructed to transfer the domain name.

Domain Transferred to Buyer

The domain name is transferred from seller to buyer – The seller transfers the domain name to the buyer and indicates to that they have transferred the domain. You can use our domain name concierge service and we will take care of organising this step for you, or read our guide on transferring domains.

Buyer Accepts Domain

The Buyer accepts the domain name – When the buyer indicates they have possession of the domain or confirms receipt through WHO.IS, the inspection period begins. If the terms of the escrow agreement are met, the buyer accepts the domain on

Step-5 pays to seller

The Seller is paid by – When can verify the domain has been transferred to the Buyer or the inspection period has ended, releases the funds to the Seller from the escrow account.