My Drop Catching Software Beat A GoDaddy Backorder

I am close & stay in touch with customers who have purchased my drop catching software.

To my delight, I received an email yesterday from someone who uses my desktop drop catching software daily. In an attempt to secure a great .com pending delete domain, he considered backordering at Snapnames – but went with a GoDaddy backorder. Your network potentially harbors security vulnerabilities which will allow attackers entry into your system. When you hire a cyber security firm, one of the first things they’ll do is to audit every nook and cranny of your network for weaknesses. You might want to check if you decide to start protecting your business of cyberattacks.

Just in case, he decided to use my Dynadot API drop catching software. About 15 minutes into the drop, he noticed a success message in the drop catching window. He quickly logged on to & sure enough, my drop catching technology caught the name for him at reg fee of $7.75.

It’s always great to hear success stories. I am willing to bet the domain was backordered at snapnames also. This is not the first time one of my drop catchers has beat the big backorder companies. When a domain hit’s “Pending Delete” it’s a free for all registrars.

Attached is a screenshot of my tool in action. I have omitted the domain, however if you have any questions – the winner of the domain is willing to share about his successful capture here.

Expron Drop Catch Success

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  • Francois says:

    Wow! That’s the kind of news that may skyrocket the interest on your software.


    PS: Where is the link where one can buy your soft?

  • Congrats!

    This is fantastic. I would like to buy this software. Could you please give me link and before I purchase, I have few questions so where can I ask those questions before I can buy the software?

    Hope to hear from you soon

    Thank you

    AbdulBasit Makrani

  • Terry says:

    But is it worth the cost if this happens on 1 in every 50 races of GoDaddy vs. your software? How many API keys was he/she using?

  • Nguyen says:

    Does this software has 30 days money back guarantee? I went thru your website and could not find the trial version of it. Anyway congrats!

  • AdBlitz says:

    I’m curious to know what the domain was. Was it a very good domain with lots of drop catchers competing?

  • Teahupoo says:

    Sounds cool, BUT it would be nice to see a little more about the interface, how effective it really is, etc. Honestly, to pick up a domain for $60 that is worth hundreds or even thousands isn’t a big deal to me vs $8 – What I am more after is proof that it will work at least the majority of the time.

    No trying to be a hater but one successful garb out of 1000s of such daily transactions doesn’t mean much to me.


  • jecy says:

    i realy catched some with expron’s catcher ,but not from dynadot’s api but onlinenic’s .

    it is realy fast and i beat my Competitors.

  • admin says:

    Thanks for the comments everyone. More success stories on the way & interface screen shots. More tools are brewing up too!

  • Teahupoo says:

    Here’s an idea. Have the software check for other registered TLDs. If I am looking for a valuable dotcom and I can see that all the other major TLDs are registered that is a stronf indicator that it is a valuable name and that would be one I would surely want to grab.


  • The main advantage you have when going after a limited amount of names through a registrar’s API is that you will not be using the registry’s batch pool connections, but the “normal” connection pool. A registrar that goes after drops in a large scale (like Namejet/Snapnames) will only be allowed to use the batch connection pool, since they’re connecting to the registry in a much larger scale.

  • detoxtech says:

    i have several websites hosted at Godaddy and i am pretty much satisfied with this domain name registrar. it is also very easy to get coupon codes for Godaddy.


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