Learn How to Secure the Domain you want with Domain Backorder. When someone else owns the domain you want, Domain Backorder can help you get it. Valid Until Successful. Auctions Membership. Includes Registration Fee. Daily Monitoring.
What is a BackOrder
Let’s say you are looking on Wayfair for a sofa and you find a plush leather couch in the perfect tan shade with saddle stitching. You add a quantity of one to your shopping cart and click checkout. But instead of seeing the normal checkout page, you’re told that the couch is not available until next year. You notice an option to backorder the item.
When you backorder something, you are telling the Seller that you want it when it becomes available.
The same applies to domain names. When a domain name is registered, it is registered to a person or a company for a length of time. ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) states that a domain name can be registered a period of time between 1 and 10 years.
For whatever interval is chosen, the Owner must renew the domain name by the time that interval is up (there is a grace period but it isn’t long). When the current Owner does not renew the name, the name is “dropped,” and is available for registration by anyone.
If you Backordered the Domain, and the domain was not re-registered by the current owner, you can now register the domain name.