As you cannot remove backorders greater than $100, nor can you be removed from pending or active auctions, here are some tips to help reduce your chances of being awarded unwanted names.
Remember that your backorder bid is not a proxy bid, but your "starting bid" should the domain go to auction (or the amount you are charged if you have the only backorder).
It is always a good idea to double check the domain name you are considering bidding on. Simply paste the domain into Google, remove the TLD and include any spaces between the keywords manually, then search. This can help determine whether a domain is a typo or not, and then you can use your best judgement on whether or not you still want to bid on the domain.
A bidder should always use caution and double check any domain to be sure there is not a typo or characters they were not expecting. This happens with some 4 letter domains when the buyer thought it was a 3 letter domain. Example, vv (two Vs) appear to be a "W". The same is true for letters and numbers, be sure a zero is not the letter "O", or a numeral one is not a lowercase "L". Caution should also be used when looking at lists of domains with underlined links, as a lowercase "Q" and "G" as these can sometimes appear confusing (q and g look very similar with the underline depending upon the font type used).
Likewise, as you assume all responsibility in selecting a domain name to register, we do not check to see whether the domain name you bid on is associated with a trademark or copyright. We urge you to investigate before placing your backorder. (See Registration Agreement: 3.4 Waiver in the Event of Dispute for more details.)
You might find after a purchase the domain does not generate the traffic you expected or the ranking has dropped. NameJet has no control over Google or page ranking sites and how they value domains, and these statistics fluctuate over time.
There are no refunds after an auction has closed when you win a name that is spelled differently than you originally thought, you later find there is a trademark associated with the domain, the domain does not generate the traffic you expected, or you simply change your mind. Your account can be closed for non-payment on auctions that are awarded to you.
Please double check all domains prior to increasing your backorder bids or entering auction proxy amounts. We want you to be happy with your purchase, and win the domains spelled as you expected.