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Should Namepros sellers have to state if their names have been rejected at the brandable sites?

Labeled as poll in NamePros Comments and Feedback started by MrAcidic, Sep 6, 2019.

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Should Namepros sellers have to state if their names have been rejected at the brandable sites?

  1. YES

    21.6%
  2. NO

    59.5%
  3. Don't Care

    18.9%
Total: 37 vote(s)
  1. MrAcidic

    MrAcidic Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    When people on Namepros are listing "Brandable" names for sale in the Buy Domains section should they declare as a matter of course that these names have been submitted to the Brandable sites (BrandBucket, SquadHelp, Brandpa, Brandroot, Namerific etc) and have been rejected? (If this is the case)

    Personally I think you should say which sites you have submitted them to and if they have been rejected, alternatively if you have not submitted the name/s to any site then this should be stated.

    This would help when scanning through multiple Brandable threads and save time having to message the person asking if they have submitted these names before. It would also save the seller time having to answer the same question multiple times.

    It also makes the sales process that much more transparent.

    Simple case of listing the sites and putting next to them something like the below (or something similar :xf.smile:)

    • BrandBucket - submitted - rejected
    • SquadHelp - not submitted
    • Brandpa - not submitted
    • Brandroot - submitted - rejected
    • Namerific - not submitted
    • Have not submitted name to any Brandable site

    What do you think?
     
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  2. Avijit Roy

    Avijit Roy Member VIP

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    Not necessarily, Brandable domain does not define by brandable marketplace (BB,SH,BP).

    But i ask sometimes if it been submitted to marketplace.

    It always better to ask.
     
  3. MrAcidic

    MrAcidic Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    That is why one of the options could be "not submitted to any marketplace"
     
  4. Avijit Roy

    Avijit Roy Member VIP

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    If i say my domain is rejected at brandable marketplace, buyer will always assume the domain is of lower quality. Why should i do that?
     
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  5. MrAcidic

    MrAcidic Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    Why should a buyer have to ask the question? It looks like the seller is trying to hide the fact that the name has been rejected and is not confident in the name and looking to get rid of it. I can find out by asking them in DM but then I would be the only one who know this.

    If you are fairly new and see a Brandable name for sale your might not ask this question, you buy a name thinking you can list it at one of these sites and then get told it has already been rejected. IMO this is not good business practice, you should be transparent.

    You can buy Brandables that have been rejected on these sites and list them on DAN, Afternic etc but I think you should have all the info listed so you make an informed decision on what your selling options will be after the purchase on Namepros
     
  6. xdomainer

    xdomainer Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    This is a good question as I've wondered it myself. I think if potential buyer wants to know they should ask in PM. Seller, as a courtesy, should disclose if asked but volunteering the info is prejudicing own sale.
     
  7. Internet.Domains

    Internet.Domains Top Member VIP

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    I don't feel there is any need to disclose a marketplace rejection. By having to disclose a rejection you are putting too much emphasis on an opinionated marketplace decision made by a few individuals.

    We have already heard reports of rejection and soon after a new owner is accepted. Marketplace rejections are arbitrary and has no bearing on the true value of a particular domain.

    Although, obviously, if asked, an honest answer is needed.
     
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  8. NameDeck

    NameDeck Design. Develop. Deploy. VIP

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    Ask yourself, where will 'rules' like this end? We may as well be asking to list every end-user someone reached out to.
     
  9. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Member VIP

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    And how would you know if the previous owner(s) have not submitted the name?
     
  10. MrAcidic

    MrAcidic Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    I tend to go by the saying "a man (woman) is only as good as his (her) word"

    If this is not the case I wont do business with them again and make sure I posted the case study on Namepros 😉.
     
  11. infmoney

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    What's the point? Do you think the only way to make a sale is relying on these "brandable marketplaces"? Does it not being accepted, mean it's not valuable?
     
  12. pokainc

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    simple... no need to disclose off the bat.

    If the buyer wants or needs to know.. then the seller should provide that info in private if need be..

    Personally I don't care, but it's the buyer's right also to know details about what he / she is buying.
     
  13. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Member VIP

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    That is not what I meant. The seller might be a new owner, especially given that these platforms exist for years now, there is a big chance that those names have been looked at by the marketplaces.

    Another thing: I have sold BB reject for $12,500 net. I had many BB rejects accepted by BR and sold at higher rates than BB. I had many BB, BR rejects accepted by BP and sold at much better rates than BB/BR sell through. SH apparently has much different taste in names. And, lots of rejects by all four sell fine at Afternic or inbound.
     
  14. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO ICA Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    No. Some random third party website does not determine the value of a domain.

    Brad
     
  15. Josytal

    Josytal Top Member VIP

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    Absolutely NO.
     
  16. Haroon Basha

    Haroon Basha IZUQ.COM Gold Account VIP

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    No need. It is the buyer's concern to lookout what he/she is buying and how potential are the domain names.
     
  17. karmaco

    karmaco Top Member VIP

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    Best to assume if it’s not marketed as accepted at blah blah it has NOT been accepted.

    Large amount of brandables are submitted to each market. I can’t tell you how many names I got on the drop that were submitted and rejected somewhere.People only want accepted somewhere names.

    People playing the brandable game tend to take the marketplace word as gospel.

    I ask for a review and nine times out of ten they have accepted the name after a review.
     

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