By submitting your domains names for sale on the Brandpa marketplace, you agree to the following Terms and Conditions:
Sold domain names
If your domain name is sold, you must complete the transaction with the buyer. Sellers who refuse to complete a transaction will have their account removed from our marketplace.
Once you have completely transferred ownership of the domain for a sale, you will be paid according to Brandpa’s commission structure, as defined at the time of sale.
By submitting your name to Brandpa, you agree that Brandpa is the exclusive seller of your domain for as long as it is listed on our website. Completing a sale of a Brandpa domain outside of the Brandpa marketplace is strictly prohibited.
If you decide to remove one of your domain names from our marketplace, that domain will remain listed on Brandpa for a further 30 days, during which time all terms and obligations continue to apply.
Sellers completing a sale outside of the Brandpa marketplace are required to pay the cost of Brandpa’s commission, as defined at the time of sale.
You agree to keep your email address up-to-date, so that you can be contacted in the event of an offer or sale. You can update these details yourself, inside the Settings area of your account.
If your email address becomes unavailable, or we do not receive a timely response to an offer ro sale, we reserve the right to disable your account and remove your domains from our marketplace.
Ownership and trademarks
When you list a domain for sale on Brandpa you must be the legal owner of that domain name. Before listing a domain name for sale, you are responsible to conduct the necessary research to ensure that the domain you are selling does not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of a third party.
If a domain is found to potentially conflict with an existing trademark, that domain name may be removed from our marketplace until legal clarification has been made. Brandpa reserves the right to remove domains from our database which may infringe or violate the proprietary rights of any third party.
Brandpa reserves the right to publicise a list of any domain name sales that we complete, for example on our website or on our newsletter. We do not disclose the new owners or the price of individual past sales without asking for permission first. However we reserve the right to publicise aggregated statistics of our sales, such as the average sale price, or total value of any sales.
Violation of our rules
If a seller fails to follow any of the above rules, you may report them to email@example.com. Brandpa may issue a formal warning, a temporary suspension of the seller’s account, or cancel their account. It is the buyer’s right to seek judicial enforcement of your sales agreement. When filing a complaint against a seller include any documentation of the seller’s violation of the rules with the message text and your email address.
Updates to these terms
We may update these terms in future, particularly as technology changes and new features are added. You can always check this page for the latest version. We will also sellers of changes to our terms by email.