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On the bright side, nerdc0re. Enom allows invisible parent accounts to sub-accounts. Someone could take your domain without any notice at all. The moment someone gives you a domain in enom you better push it out to another top level enom account and then maybe even transfer out of enom.
Especially if the account is "created for you". Is it common? I have access to this feature. You can try the following account on eNom, I don't believe there's any indication I have management access. There's a login link for me to "take control". Extend vs restart 3 days later does not strike me as anywhere nearly the same.
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I don't know. Technical glitches can occur during auctions, I don't think it's necessarily improper of them to repeat the auction after the glitches have been fixed.
Only if said glitches were noticed during the auction and you took preventative steps to not notify any winners and explained the situation immediately to all participants.
After announcing a winner and accepting money the deal is done!
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If he would have mistakenly put a bid higher than what he wanted would they let him retry? If the shoe were on the other foot, and you lost out on a domain due to their technical glitch I'm sure there would also be uproar. I can't believe that everyone is falling for the "in fairness to any bidder The person who benefits most from rerunning an auction with a glitch is obviously the seller. They have every incentive to rerun an auction if there were any possible issues that would prevent higher bids.
Unfortunately if they are the ones with the domain you want then I don't know of a good way to avoid this.