Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by arjun29, Apr 15, 2021
To expose scampreneurs.
See any value? No? But why?
An entrepreneur is generally accepted as a person who sets up a business, takes on risk, in hopes of a profit. Using a play on words of "scam" and "entrepreneur" doesn't fit, in my view. Plus, I can think of many scam sites before you that have made their place on the internet with helping to expose scams. I don't think its that great, value wise, sadly
Sorry but worthless imo. The word and the ending do not make sense. An entrepreneur of scams?
I see what you're going for. Fake marketing/online money gurus.
But the domain doesn't fit. At best, it would be a niche website or forum for people to bitch about scummy fake gurus, but it's a worthless niche and there's no reason to pick this domain.
In short, there's no demand for this domain.
Never ever use negative words in domain names. No matter the idea behind, the immediate appeal of such a name is bad. What pops up in everyone's head is ''scam what? no no, don't want to have to do anything with scam''.
Plus exactly as mentioned already, in this case the name simply sounds like someone who only does scams for living.
Yea.. See pretty valid points here. Just thinking what if algorithms flag my other digital stuffs as fishy as well. Just rememembered my this thread: https://www.namepros.com/threads/warning-please-read-this-before-its-late.1090398/
Thanks guys. I am really pissed with these get rich quick gurus. so thought about this.
People that fall for a get rich quick scheme learn from the education, than being warned of it. Desperate people act desperately, in absence of a site advising against it
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