UK Domain Names Drop Date Prediction Tool

Our UK Domain Names Drop Date Prediction Tool can be used to assist you in deducing the anticipated date that a .uk domain name will be dropped (i.e. deleted) by Nominet.


Selected date:  


1st predicted drop date:
 


2nd predicted drop date:
 

 

Please Note:
The dates given are only indicative, as the registry reserves the right to vary the dates.

.com Domain Names Drop Date Prediction Tool

Our .com Domain Names Drop Date Prediction Tool can be used to assist you in deducing the anticipated date that a .com domain name will be dropped (i.e. deleted) by Verisign.


Selected date:  


Redemption period start date:
 


Pending delete start date:
 


Predicted drop date:
 


 

Please Note:
The dates given are only indicative, as the registry reserves the right to vary the dates.

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How Do We Do It?

We check the status of every domain name in our orders database every day. From the information gained from this check we can work out when the domain name will be released.

In the case of .uk names, nominet (the .uk registry operator) prohibit us from maintaining a database of this information, so we build a list of names which will be deleted the next day. This list never exceeds 500 names and is always deleted within 48hrs of its creation.

No Auctions

We never, ever put domain names to auction - this is because we only accept one snapback request for each domain name and this allocated on a strictly first-come-first-served basis.

Our Promise

We will only accept one order per domain name and we operate on a strictly first-come-first-served basis.

Although we will monitor domains that are not in a detagged / suspended state you must bear in mind that it may be a while before there is any change to the domain.

If we consider the service is being abused or denigrated we will suspend and may subsequently remove all domain names submitted by the party involved.

Successful registrations are not guaranteed.

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