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Next to our secure domain ownership transfer process, we strictly monitor all transactions. If anything looks weird, we take immediate action. And if the seller doesn't deliver on their part of the deal, we refund you within 24 hours.
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98% of all domain ownership transfers are completed within 24 hours. The seller first delivers the domain to us, then we send you your tailored transfer instructions. Need help? Our domain ownership transfer specialists will assist you at no additional cost.
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Value Added Tax
The Value Added Tax (VAT) is a consumption tax applied in the European Union (EU) to all goods and services.
Who has to pay VAT?
All consumers in the EU are charged VAT on the purchase of goods and services.
Businesses in the EU buying from a business in the same country are also charged VAT.
Businesses in the EU buying from a business in a different EU country are not charged VAT.
Consumers and businesses outside of the European Union are not charged VAT.
The VAT rate provided on this page is only an example. It will be calculated accordingly during the checkout process after entering your billing details.
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Telltale can also be defined as a device or object that automatically gives a visual indication of the state or presence of something, along with the British meaning (similar to tattletale) of a person, especially a child, who reports others' wrongdoings or reveals their secrets.