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A domain name backorder refers to a service that works to register a currently-registered domain name on your behalf as soon as it becomes available for hand registration.

Many auction houses and domain name registrars provide this type of service, and it is sometimes free – you only pay when the actual registration takes place. There may be a success fee, such as $60, if the service you are using is first to grab the domain name. Be sure to read the details of the backorder service that you plan to use. (List of backorder services.)

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