Sub-retail accounts follow the default retail pricing unless modified individually. The default retail pricing can be modified.
Sub-reseller accounts have to be modified individually. There is no adjustable default pricing.
Do reseller price increases impact sub-reseller pricing?
When Enom increases the reseller price for a specific TLD, we do not inform sub-resellers, nor do we adjust the price you have set for your sub-reseller(s). If you (the parent reseller) wants to maintain your margin, you will need to adjust the pricing for your sub-reseller accounts. However, there is one exception to this rule. We have a safeguard in place for cases where a price increase would result in your sub-resellers' price being lower than your own price. Here, we will automatically raise your sub-resellers' price to be $0.001 more your own price. If this happens, we do not communicate the $0.01 increase to your sub-reseller(s).
To modify the default retail pricing for sub-retail accounts, please follow this path:
Click Settings at the top-left>TLD Pricing or Product Pricing tab.
To modify the pricing on an individual account, please follow this path:
Resellers>Manage>Sub-Accounts>[click on account name]>TLD Pricing or Product Pricing tab.
To modify multiple accounts and/or set the default retail pricing, please use the Pricing Editor by following this path:
Resellers>Sub-Accounts>Pricing Editor tab.
The Pricing Editor is also useful as an alternate way to change prices if you are encountering errors through the traditional method.
In addition, the API can be used to set sub-account pricing. Please see the API command catalog for full documentation: http://www.Enom.com/api.
To modify pricing for yearly increments, select either TLDs (1 Year) | TLDSs (2 Years) | TLDS (5 Years) | TLDS (10 Years).
Sub-retail account prices must be set according to the below formula:
P > = (C + 0.95) / 0.97
P is equal to the sub-retail price.
C is equal to your cost.
The right side of the inequality is rounded to the nearest cent.
As an example, let's say the .com registration price on a reseller account is $11.50. This means that the corresponding price for a sub-retail account under this reseller must be greater than or equal to $12.84.
Prices for the parent reseller account cannot be set higher than those of sub-accounts, or contrary to the above formula.