Long story short. here's the email that was sent to me! Gotta admit! I did reply. First Email: (check out the sending email address!!!) From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Saturday, September 2, 2017 9:09 AM Subject: Offer for purchase of zoxcoin.com Hello! I represent a buyer from Sendai (Japan) who wants to buy zoxcoin.com for a new web startup. I help our regular customers to buy names on the market. The buyer is a professional investor with a good budget. I located your contact information via whois search. If you have more names please email me the list. Best Regards, Satchiko Nakamoto Vice President GMOCloud Hosting Japan Tokyo Japan Web: gmocloud.jp Second email after I replied. Domain Broker <[email protected]> If you also own .net and .org domains he will buy them. If not he will buy one domain. Commission of our company is only 5%. It's paid by the buyer. He will send you money via an escrow service. It will be secure for you and us. They may release the funds to you via Paypal, wire, check, Payeer, Advanced Cash and bitcoins. The buyer offers a price in $25,000 - $35,000 range. Do you have a certificate? It's required by his bank. The final sale price will depend on the certificate. He will pay you 80% of the appraised value in your certificate (he needs 20% as a room for making a profit). If you don't have the certificate it's not a problem. You can order it online. Please note he cannot accept it from any agency. He needs a manual service and it must be accepted by his bank. Otherwise he won't be able to issue the payment. The certificate must include two things to be accepted by my client and his bank: 1. Independent manual valuation of the market price (appraisal made by industry experts manually without bots and scripts). 2. Trademark infringement verification. It proves your domain has no trademark problems. You can read about certification agencies at Google Answers: http://no_url_shorteners/y9ememxu (I've made a short form of the long Google Answers link in TinyURL. “Domain Broker” is my nickname). Let me explain the process step by step. 1. You submit your domain for certification. Please specify in the comment filed you have a buyer with $XX,XXX offer. It will increase the final appraised value. It's free to submit your domains for a review. You pay only if they guarantee appraisal in $XX,XXX range and higher. Other services charge you upfront even if your domain is not worth spending the appraisal fee. 2. If they approve your domain (if it's worth at least $10,000) they will send you payment instructions. 3. You pay for the certificate and get it via email within several hours. 4. You send it to me and we proceed with the sale. Pretty slick right! so be careful friends!