There are various services that let you backorder domains that are going to expire.
They work on a first come first serve basis.
Part 1: Check Domain Status
I'd like to load a CSV with domains & expected suspended date & on the day when the status changes I want to get an alert.
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Then on that day it checks these domains every 15 mins (We need to change as needed), it checks against the whois to see if the status has changed to Suspended.
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(here it's Registration status: Renewal required.)
You can see a suspended one here [login to view URL]
Renewal required. *** This registration has been SUSPENDED. ***
NOTE: You might need to add in an option to use a proxy, as we might get blocked.
Part 2: AutoRequests Backorder
1) As soon as the status updates, it logs into a website, add the domain to a list of domains to backorder.
I have 4 or 5 of these websites. They're very similar. You login, add the domain, & backorder it.
See attached spreadsheets.
2) It logs into my account [login to view URL] & [login to view URL] and requests a backorder.
The script can either run on a website or webserver, or be a windows application that runs on my VPS.
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