Buyers automatically enter into a legally binding contract when they purchase a domain from the seller (given their offer is accepted by the seller) or if they accept a seller's offer. Both buyers and sellers should give careful consideration when making or accepting offers as these actions constitute a legally binding agreement. Traderlo requires buyers to pay for any domains they have committed to purchase.

Buyers who refuse to follow through with domain offers that have been accepted by the seller are potentially liable to the seller for a breach of the sales contract. If a seller’s offer to sell a domain is accepted, the seller must initiate the transfer of the domain once Traderlo confirms that the payment from the buyer has been received. Once an offer has been accepted, the buyer has a contract they can seek to have enforced in a court of law.

For more information please check Traderlo Terms and conditions.
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