DropCatch.com Reports Some Domains Incorrectly Marked As Missed

DropCatch.com reported today that an internal process which alerts customers of caught and missed domains has been failing sometimes. This means that while the domains were caught by DropCatch.com, the domains have been sitting in a holding account in their system, doing nothing.

They performed an internal audit back to their launch date and found a few domains that were incorrectly marked as missed since DropCatch.com started.

Here is what DropCatch.com will do:

If there was only a single backorder on a domain which was incorrectly identified as “missed”, they will be pushing that domain to the customer who backordered the domain free of charge.

If there were multiple backorders for the domain then auctions for these domains will be starting today. Customers who backordered these domains will not be obligated to participate. There is a minimum bid of $60 for these domains.

The following domains will be listed in auction using the above special conditions:

  • 58589.com
  • DomainKnack.com
  • EcoRoc.com
  • IsraelTalk.com
  • Miyy.com
  • Norway-Mori.com
  • Rghj.com
  • Ysae.com

Also there were some non-payments of some auctioned domain names. The winners of these domains did not pay for them so the following domains will be re-auctioned:

  • 9555555.com
  • Artro.com
  • CraigslistAdTracker.com
  • Dinuo.com
  • Fallout3.net
  • HerMex.com
  • Hjkl.com
  • Hot-Live-Chat.com
  • Vokoo.com
  • YumiWu.com
  • Zdjk.com
  • Ziqing.com

About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. I think I was the second highest bidder for one of their non-payment domain auction so the domain should be awarded to me. Instead, they have started public auction for that particular name and made an announcement as well to all participants as well as on their blog to get more and more participants. They are simply pumping those auctions to get maximum money out of it!

    This is not fair and these guys are a bunch of shameless people who are just after money. No ethics and rules are being followed. Ethically they should have given the domain to the second highest bidder minus the first bidder’s bids.

  2. Yeah… waiting for their response.
    This means if there is non-paying bidder once again so they will make the rest of the participants to waste their time once more! They think we have plenty of time to waste.

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