Frequently Asked Questions
LowNames is an aftermarket domain name re-seller. We acquire many types of domains and offer them directly to consumers.
LowNames is the legal owner of every domain listed for sale on our website. LowNames does not provide listing or brokerage services on behalf of third party sellers.
Buying the name you want is easy on LowNames.com. Once you have found the domain you would like to buy, you may have the option to either make an offer or purchase the name right away. While making an offer may be a way to get a good deal, the domain can be purchased outright by another interested party.
We respond to all offers within 24 hours sometimes within minutes to provide the quickest way for you to obtain the name you want.
We accept all payment types (MC, VISA, AMEX & DISCOVER) through our payment processor Stripe.
Your statement will show LOWNAMES as the name of the business where you made your purchase.
We also accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, AliPay, WeChat Pay, GiroPay, Sofort, MultiBanco, EPS and 4 installment payments via PayPal Pay Later and Klarna. This is a great option to make acquiring your new domain budget friendly.
You may also utilize the services of Escrow.com to facilitate payment for and transfer of the domain on behalf of each party. We ask the buyer absorbs the costs associated with this payment option.
Yes, once the transaction is complete the domain will be transferred into your NameCheap account and you will have full control of and exclusive registration rights to the domain. After you’ve purchased the domain, you will have the exclusive rights to do anything you want with it, including transferring the domain to another registrar if desired.
Once you have paid for your domain name we will begin transferring the domain. A Transfer Of Ownership notice will be sent to the email used to purchase at checkout.
We highly recommend you register for a free NameCheap account prior to purchase if you do not have one yet. Don’t worry, you will be able to register for an account even after the transfer has started.
Already have an account somewhere else? Once the domain has been transferred from our account to your NameCheap account, you can transfer the domain away from NameCheap to anywhere you desire.
No. No logos, graphics, themes, text or anything else currently associated with the domain is included. You are buying the domain name only. No hosting, e-mail, or any other services will be provided by LowNames. The buyer will be required to seek any hosting, e-mail, design, and/or other related services elsewhere.
Once you have paid for your domain name and completed the transfer request form, we will submit the transfer of ownership request as soon as possible usually within hours of receiving the request same-day.
Please allow up to 48 hours for the Registrar (NameCheap) to complete the process. If you should have any questions or concerns regarding their process you can reach out to their support here.
Whois information is not updated immediately. It typically takes several hours for Whois data to update, and different registrars are faster than others. Usually your Whois information will be fully updated within two days.
All sales are subject to the final approval of LowNames and we reserve the right to deny the fulfillment of any order at any time, and for any reason. In the event that LowNames decides to stop fulfillment of an order and payment has already been rendered by the buyer, we will issue a complete refund immediately.
Only once the domain name has been transferred into the buyer’s name and the buyer has received possession of the domain will a sale be considered final.
Yes! If you are interested in joining our affiliates program, please visit the registration page for more information.
No. Not at this time. However, we are considering it as many users have shown interest. If you would like to be notified if this option becomes available please add your name to the list here.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact us by completing the form located here.