Hey Folks, This issue has been bothering me for a while now and I just needed to get it out for us to have a debate on it. Why are Domainers so willing to steal domains from other Domainers? I don't mean outright conventional stealing, I mean stealing through the auctions. We all have lost good domains to this scenario, and it keeps happening every day at Sedo, Namejet, and here at Namepros. When someone set their auctions at $1 starting bid, they so to encourage bids, not to sell at $1. If we placed a $1 bid and the auction ended with no further bids, I think we are under moral obligation to confirm with the seller whether they are truly willing to sell at that price. I mean, why would someone pay €59 to auction a name at Sedo and another Domainers takes the domain at $20 because the auction was set at a $20 starting bid? To me, it is morally unacceptable and should be discouraged. And I see this happening every day. While we do not have control nor a say about what happens at Sedo and other private platforms, I think we should do something about Namepros. Won't it be nice if we confirm from a seller whether they are willing to sell at bottom price. Isn't it wicked and inconsiderate to aggressively enforce what seems to be your right in this case? Anytime you sneak a domain at a low starting bid, lower below capital, you help push another Domainers out of business. Note: I am not judging anyone nor accusing anyone of anything wrong. Just stating what I assume should be a standard in this industry. So, let's have your own line of debate about what you believe and why. I also added a poll to help better understand what's the majority believes should be the case. Happy Weekend!