Change applies to non-expiring domains bought and sold on NameJet.
NameJet is changing the registrar it uses for “direct listing” sales from Enom to Network Solutions.
This means that people that list their non-expired inventory on NameJet will need to transfer the domains to Network Solutions upon sale. Buyers of these names will get the names at Network Solutions instead of Enom.
Inbound transfers to Network Solutions are available for $9.99, which is actually lower than Enom under its current pricing.
The change is due to Network Solutions’ parent company Web.com aquiring the 50% of NameJet that it didn’t own from Enom’s parent company Tucows.
Many domain investors look at Network Solutions as a “necessary evil” for expired domains. The registrar has great inventory because of its age, but transferring domains out to a domainer-friendly registrar is painful; you cannot get authorization codes immediately and instead have to wait several days.