Frequently Asked Questions

Once buying a company name from NameShore,  you will become the new owner of the original .com address (or domain name), and it will remain yours as long as you renew your yearly registration with your domain name registrar. There are no recurring costs from NameShore. We also do not lease domains.
The individually designed logo presented on NameShore will be provided on demand.

We guarantee secure online checkout with PayPal.
If you don’t have a PayPal account, no problem,  you can pay with your credit card if you don’t have a PayPal account. we accept bank wire transfers as well.

If you are interested in purchasing a specific name, simply click the “Buy Now” button. Clicking on the “Buy Now” button will take you to the secure checkout screen where you will have the option of making your purchase using PayPal or a credit card.

Once your purchase is made, you will receive an email confirming the transaction. Within 24 hours, you will receive another email from a NameShore representative detailing how to prepare for the transfer of your domain name.
There are two Transfer options, the fast lane transfer option and the slow transfer option:

 For a quick transfer, we will ask that you create a free account at the registrar where your purchased domain is registered (Our representative will specify in the second mail where the domain is registered).
Transferring a domain to the same registrar can be done in 5 minutes or less.

 The Slower transfer option -You choose to have the domain transferred to a different registrar. This process, however, typically takes about 5 days to complete.

Any option you pick We Will take care of the whole process and hand hold you through it. We also guarantee the transfer of the domain to you, or your money back. 

We currently do not accept counteroffers on our prices and we do not trade domains.
We Price our names with a suitable price based on our in depth past sales research which we conduct on each name listed on our site and backed up with years of experience selling brandable domain names.
We believe listing a price on each name reduces the hassle of a lengthy negotiation process.

A domain name registrar is an organization or commercial entity that manages the reservation of Internet domain names. A domain name registrar must be accredited by a generic top-level domain (gTLD) registry and/or a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) registry. The management is done in accordance with the guidelines of the designated domain name registries.

Most of the domains on NameShore  are  registered at these popular registrars:
we can recommend are:

The names on NameShore are not trademarked. Do to the lack of information and the identity of the buyer, prior to the sale; it is not possible for us to trademark a name.

We always recommend all are buyers to do research and/or seek legal advice to make certain that the name you are concerned about does not have an existing trademark by a competitor in your industry and within your region.

For your convenience, here is a list of Trademark Classes.