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Got my first offer! What next?

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aaomatrafi

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Hello,
I got my first offer for one of my domains. The buyer said that the final price depends on a certification that I should obtain from an independent agency that should contain a non script valuation and TM verification. He said his bank won't allow him to pay without this certification?!

Now, I don't have an idea about such certifications! But I feel it is too much to ask! What do you think?
 
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wwwulff

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It`s a well known appraisal scam - They ask for a valuation that you pay for and afterwards you will never hear from the buyer again.
 
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aaomatrafi

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platey

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At least you are on the right website amongst the many experienced domain investors who knew that was a scam straight away
 
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alcy

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anything that links you, as seller, to another site for certifications or other is a scam. remember this for future. gl
 

Ram G.

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Got my first offer! What next?
Accept that offer and learn a lesson.

Just kidding.

Welcome to Domaining!
 

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