I have a domain listed on DAN with make offer lander. It is a 4L.org acronym of a university faculty in the USA. They use 4L.xxxx.edu. On 19th July, I sent an outbound email saying "Hi, would you like to own 4L.org to redirect to your site?" On 20th July, I received a reply saying "Are you the owner of the domain?" I say, "Yes, I own it & can verify it if you would like". They say, "Did you have a price in mind?" I say, "It is listed at $7999, but I am open to any suitable offer". They say, "Thanks but we are not interested at this moment". How would you respond? This has happened to me twice when outbounding to large corporations with billion-dollar budgets. They show interest but once a price is listed, they back out although they seemed keen, definitely have the cash and may actually want it. If they didn't want it, why ask for a price? The first time was a tech corporation making almost a billion $ in revenue & I offered a domain with millions of searches & a top CPC over $100. They also had a product based around that keyword & were bidding on it on Google Ads. I asked for $29,000 lol. Then they said they weren't interested even though they probably spend that every few days on ads for that keyword. The thing is I really am not firm on the price I listed. I'd have sold it for half or even a third of that as I'm more interested in cash flow than a strict price as I got them for reg fee. I only asked for those amounts as I saw their interest and it seemed like a fair price + I was feeling a little greedy. I'm thinking from now on to not provide a price when outbounding and ask them to make a suitable offer first. Pissed off because I thought I was getting somewhere due to the fast response and pricing request lol.