A Namepros user that goes by the name Hermanttilotia posted the following:
I have learned my lesson here and for me it doesn’t matter as to how NameJet will handle this situation now.
Whenever I will bid on NameJet, I will do remember that I am up against the seller, his friends, his bots and others.
The price that they are bidding is just setting up of a trap for me.
Never listen to @DomainSherpa , as Andrew and others are trying to influence your thinking there by telling you all BS.
And yes, I had asked NameJet to cancel my auctions where I thought Oliver manipulated using his aliases.
NameJet has denied any wrongdoing, but has refunded me back the amount, in good faith !!
Here are some developments that I think are worth sharing.
I had lodged a formal complaint with NJ, giving them the details of all the domains that I won on NameJet where I suspected shill bidding.
NameJet denied that the seller (Oliver) was engaged in shill bidding, but said that as a matter of good will and to restore faith , they’re ready to cancel the auctions for those domains and pay me my amount back.
I got similar response from NameJet GM Jonathan, who I think is trying actually hard, to sort out the issue and his email seemed genuine.
I accepted the offer, they took away both the subjected domains instantly and have issued a refund, which I am yet to receive on my card.
Both bhha.com and erfh.com are back with Oliver.
And the alias HKDN that I reported to them seems suspended at the moment, though I can be wrong here, but my system hasn’t detected any activity from that handle since last 24 hours.
I ran the model again to see the domains with bids, and as a forum user already pointed out, its remarkably down than before.
So I guess they have done away with bots and fake ids.
I am sorry for not replying earlier as I was busy somewhere.