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In response to emails they have received KetMo.com officials have issued a statement clarifying the programs mission.
The Second Chance Domains program was created to provide domain owners a second chance to earn profits from select domain names in their portfolio says Scott Alliy President of KetMo.com.
We are excited about this unique and exclusive program and totally dedicated to it’s success he says.
There have been some assumptions that I want to clear up publicly in order to avoid confusion on the part of domain investors that submit their names to the program
Assumption 1 – My names are not getting a fair shake.
Reply: Every domain name submitted gets carefully reviewed. In order to insure the success of the program our domain review team uses several matrix to determine what names will be accepted.
We only choose names that we think can be sold by our domain marketing team either thru their own efforts or by enlisting outside sales or domain brokers"
Assumption 2 – KetMo.com will be monetizing names they accept into the second chance program.
Reply: KetMo.com does not park or otherwise monetize domain names that we accept into the second chance domains program. Our focus is on end user sales to domain investors or business, groups, or organizations.
We encourage all domain investors with domain names that are or have expired within 30 days to submit their names for consideration since even though few are accepted … it only takes one to turn a nice profit.
Individuals with expired domain names can visit
to submit their expiring domain names for consideration.
The Federal Aviation Administration approved Boeing Co.’s proposed fix for the lithium-ion battery systems on its 787 passenger jets, which have been grounded since January.
President Obama clears the way for US to begin supplying equipment and services to Somali forces, taking step toward normal relations with the nation.
India’s Parliament approved a bill that aims to strengthen the country’s law on sexual assaults against women with stringent punishments for offences like rape, stalking, voyeurism and acid attacks.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia
The FTC closed its antitrust investigation of Google without action on whether the company favored its own products in its search results and unfairly harmed rivals, a practice known as “search bias.”
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia
French court clears Continental in Concorde crash
In a surprise ruling in one of the most high-profile disasters in aviation history, a French appeals court Thursday overturned manslaughter convictions against Continental Airlines and a mechanic for the 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 …
French Court Overturns Convictions in Concorde Crash
French court overturns Continental Airlines crash conviction
French court throws out Continental conviction in Concorde crash
European Union regulators cleared Universal Music’s $ 1.9 billion bid for the recorded music division of iconic British music company EMI, but Universal must sell many of EMI’s most treasured record labels.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe