I noticed something odd with Sedo’s Commission fees for a Domain Name sale at Sedo.

I parked a domain recently with Sedo. Surprisingly got an offer of $120 which i countered. The prospective buyer made a second offer of $450 after a couple of days.

Sedo’s fees is “$50 or 10% Sale Price whichever is greater” as i parked this .com domain only recently. Sedo also says “No minimum fee if the domain is parked with Sedo; only the flat 10% rate applies”.

For the first and the second offers the Sedo fees listed in my Sedo account was as follows.

For the offer $120$50 is the Sedo fees
For the offer $450 – 10% of Sale Price i.e $45 is the Sedo fees

I found it a bit odd. After a bit of thinking i came to the following conclusion.

When the first offer of $120 was made the domain was in the “$50 or 10% of Sale Price” slab. Hence they calculated the commission fees as $50.

After two days when the second offer of $450 was made the domain moved into the “No minimum fee. Only 10% flat fee” and hence the commission fees of $45.

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