Exactly it's a risky proposition, I don't ever skip the process of typing in a domain and see where it directs whenever someone mentions a name to me in any capacity. Now of course someone will say well of course you are in the domain industry, most end users are not doing that, they get an email and the hope is there will be an impulsive buy. Now I don't think some of the examples given could ever get pulled off, an LLL.com is not impulsive, someone is going to be spending $20,000, $50,000, $100,000 they are going to do some homework in my opinion. I do think people look at lower priced names thinking that they can look at that inventory then do outbound hope to get someone interested at $5,000, go to SEDO click buy it now for $799 and make a great sale. But the problem is this, that Sedo listing might be old and you cannot deliver, so there is a lot of hope and perfect luck needed, but look it was no secret some people were looking at NameJet auctions, contacting end users and then looking to win the name at auction and make the flip.