Located in General Domain Discussion started by BrandKart, Oct 24, 2018.
So at this point let us know publicly who it was so we can avoid him too
No, absolutely not. As mentioned previously, if he sold 50 names and got one non-payment, it's as if he used escrow with only a 2% fee (and likely a lot less since it was a cheap name).
Pushing first is the right way to go for cheaper domains and will earn you more money in the long run.
OP, there are so many things you can do. You can spam him negative reviews, you can rank a website with his domain keywords and elaborate how he's a scammer. You can ban his adsense (or any ad accounts), DDOS him and spam his FB page with bad ratings. So many things you can do. I would have fun with him.
believe in karma let go
Karma doesn't exist. What exists and works, tho, is punishment. If he loses a lot of money, he will think twice before scamming again. You might save some people this way. If he suffers no consequences, he will learn that he can scam for free.
OK Will post his details here, Give me a like if i should or dislike this post
Just an aside, you should probably post proof before that. People are too quick to jump on someone without evidence.
Obviously with proof
Message him that you will expose him publicly on several websites.
If he doesn't reply, go for it.
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