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Moniker Marketplace Pro has moved to SnapNames.com

I just received this email a few minutes ago regarding Moniker Marketplace Pro has moved to SnapNames.com. It's perfectly makes sense to combine the same service into one. They are own and managed by one company anyway. If you are not subscribe to their mailing list, you probably missed it. So here's a copy of the announcement.

<=== Start here === Dear Moniker Marketplace Pro Seller:
On March 23, 2009, Moniker Marketplace will move to our sister company’s domain aftermarket, SnapNames.com. To make this transition happen, we have discontinued all previous Moniker Marketplace listings.

As a valued client, we invite you to take advantage of the many benefits the SnapNames Marketplace offers. Please follow the self-listing instructions provided on this webpage:https://www.snapnames.com/sellerProgramOverview.jsp

Key benefits of selling via the SnapNames Marketplace are:
  • Reach qualified buyers and new markets 24x7. Choose between auction or fixed price “Buy It Now” listings.
  • List with confidence. Every transaction is safe and secure; we verify ownership for every domain listed and buyers are pre-qualified.
  • No work to complete a sale; funds are automatically collected and domains automatically transferred.
  • Collect your money. Seller funds are available within 7 days (in most cases). But you can begin buying domains immediately.

Should you have any questions about this transition to the SnapNames Marketplace, contact support at: http://www.moniker.com/do/support.

We appreciate your business. You can be assured that we will continue to provide you with the industry’s best solutions for domain registrations, buying and selling.

Sincerely,

The Moniker & SnapNames Team

Moniker.com, LLC

20 SW 27th Ave, Suite 201

Pompano Beach, FL 33069

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