We’re updated the way that sellers can suggest new prices for their domains.
Firstly, we now allow sellers to set the price for their domains 20% higher or lower than our appraised price (we round the prices a little, so it may not be exactly 20%).
You can only do this once a domain has been appraised, and immediately before you pay for it. Click Suggest new price and the permitted price range will be explained:
Secondly, if you suggest a price outside of this range, we now have a formal process for reviewing these prices, and we will give you specific feedback via both email and in your dashboard:
Please note that the vast majority of price changes outside of our 20% range will be rejected. We strive to price our domains fairly and consistently; we also aim to set prices that our own data suggests are likely to sell. If you choose not to accept our pricing, you can click the X icon next to a domain to remove it.