If you win the bid for a premium name, you have the right to
to claim it, i.e. the right to create the premium name and link it to a new public key.
I tried to create the premium name on several popular EOS sites: eosauthority, eosx, eostoolkit...However, these sites do not allow the creation of a new account name with less than the default 12 characters.
Also, the alternative route to use a CLEOS command, is complex, because it requires the installation of the full EOSIO platform.
-Download the lightweight multiplatform command line tool for interaction with the EOS blockchain; EOSC by EOSCanada. This program enables you to connect to the EOS mainnet from your cmd in Windows.
-Create a local wallet and store the creator keys:
eosc vault create --import [CREATOR PUBLIC KEY]
-Create the premium name:
eosc system newaccount [CREATOR ACCOUNT NAME] [PREMIUM ACCOUNT NAME] --auth-key [PREMIUM ACCOUNT PUBLIC KEY, make sure you are in possession of related private key!] --stake-cpu "0.1" --stake-net "0.1"
I am now the proud owner of the premium name .nl :-)