What a mess... If you have been following the top domain news of the last day you probably have come across this thread where a seller had listed a name in an auction here on NP and also on the Brand Bucket (BB) platform. it was handled the best way it could be by the seller. The seller did the right thing, and wouldn't chuck his rep in the garbage over a few grand. There is always another sale, and another opportunity around the corner. The Problem At Hand... I do think this overall story sends a damaging message to the entire "end user" (domain buyer) community buying on the BB platform... forget buying domains at BB, these same domains are being sold on NP for $10 instead of $2300. It's counter intuitive to list a domain for $2300 on one platform and then have it for sale here on a forum for $10 dollars. So is the domain worth $2300 or $10? BB cheapens the whole industry of domaining by taking $8.95 hand registrations, or $20 closeouts, and 'accepting' them to the platform placing a $2300 price tag on them. Meanwhile right beside these junk domains are excellent names that may have cost $300+ to acquire yet BB has set the max price to something idiotic like $1900. GTFO We know most of these accepted domains are $8.95 domains, which is why people are more than happy to buy them here on the forum for a $10 to $20 pittance. I'm not sure what is worse in this situation, the sellers of BB listed domain names listing them here for $10 or the fact that Krell & Co. accept garbage names just to make money on the listing fees. What are you thoughts on what I am saying? Am i wrong? Am I right? What needs to change to fix this price discrepancy and level of acceptance on both platforms? Mods: Please allow the members to discuss this and work on some ideas. Maybe it will cause a positive evolution within BB, or maybe it will foster and idea here within the forum. Dumping/moving threads to a corner of banishment because of a justified opinion of BB does no good to anyone. Thank you.