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Domain is now locked via a marketplace negotiation.

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by MapleDots, May 30, 2018.

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  1. MapleDots

    MapleDots * * * * * VIP

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    Got an offer for a domain this morning via my landing page and quoted 5k

    It was a direct name hit on a business and since the business was not huge in size I thought I would be generous and quote 5k. I knew there was real interest because they have a crappy name and got back to me right away asking some other questions.

    Fast forward 10 hours and I get an afternic inquiry about the same domain. Kind of surprised me because the guy I was dealing with knew full well I was the owner of the domain.

    I just sent him this email.......

    Domain is now locked via a marketplace negotiation.

    It is no longer for sale via private sale.

    Thank you for your interest.

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    I set the domain at 6.5k floor.

    Really am a bit ticked at the games so I responded in kind and he now has to buy it via the afternic platform. I adjusted the price for commission and time spent.
     
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  2. alcy

    alcy Active Member VIP

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    cool

    u mean .ca?
     
  3. MapleDots

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    Yes, in this case a .ca which is the bulk of my business.

    4 letters direct hit on the business name.

    Believe me when I say I was being generous.

    They have...

    xxxx.associates and they want my xxxx.ca

    They have associates as part of their name and I guess the xxxx.associates domain is not cutting it for them.

    I remember when I purchased the domain I looked at their site as a possible end user but I figured they were pretty progressive with a .associates domain and I did not want to spend the time trying to convince them a .ca would have been a better choice.
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2018

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