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For SEO and search engine purposes, let me restate that for the benefit of the community at large.

DomainSecondhand.com is a scam
DomainSecondhand.com is a scam
DomainSecondhand.com is a scam
"Human hand appraisals"
William Quigley (fake name) is a domain scammer
[email protected] is a scammer email address
Shirley M. Leurquin is a scam name
509-271-0875 is a scam phone number
This is a scam page: domaintalk.ourplace.com



Domain name: domainsecondhand.com?
Registrant Contact:
Perfect Privacy LLC
http://perfectprivacy.com
1.4042608491
Fax: +1.4042608493
303 Peachtree Center Ave
Atlanta, GA 30303

http://www.namepros.com/warnings-and-alerts/368466-scam-me-allen_asch-toughguy-net.html

http://snipurl.com/1ufn0

If you have been scammed by DomainSecondhand.com, dispute your changes to your credit card company immediately. Check the back of your card for the phone number. It usually takes 48 hours to process. Report it to your credit buereu if you gave them your credit card number!

If you have been SCAMMED BY DomainSecondhand.com, PLEASE contact their current payment processor at PLIMUS and let them know.

[email protected]
[email protected]

Also, contact their hosting company
[email protected]

THIS ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN SCAMMING PEOPLE FOR YEARS AND IT IS A BIG OPERATION. THIS IS NOT JUST ONE GUY. PLEASE COPY AND PASTE THIS INTO OTHER FORUMS. TOGETHER WE CAN SHUT THESE GUYS DOWN.
 
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I recieved this email below and I might even follow through with it. If not I know I scared the crap out them. Else they wouldn't even respond anymore.



Full ViewRe: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)
From: (edited) Add to Contacts
To: Withrow withrow@domainsecondhand

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I would suggest you contact legal council because I intend to file suite for the contract amount you offered.

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From: Withrow <[email protected]>
To: (edited)
Sent: Wed, December 9, 2009 1:21:32 AM
Subject: Re: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)


It's a big risk to proceed without professional valuation. I already spoke
to industry experts and they prohibited me to do business without
valuation..

Without manual valuation nobody will buy. You'll sit on your domain for
years in this case, paying renewal fees to your registrar. Just think about
it. So sooner or later, you'll have to obtain an appraisal. Why waste time
now?

As a seller, you can use a valuation certificate to sell names to other
buyers. I cannot do the same because I don't keep control over your domain.

I'm still interested in your domain. Hope you'll change your position. I
simply don't want to take additional risks.

Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.

----- Original Message -----
From: (edited)
To: Withrow
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 1:20 AM
Subject: Re: (edited)(sent 12/07/09)


Mr. Withrow,

Its the responsiblity of the purchaser to have evaluated the value of the product prior to offer of purchase. I consider your written offer from you the purchaser had followed through with your evaluations of the product prior to an offer.

Please send the amount offered to the invoice via paypal. If the monies are not deposited in three business days the matter will be handled by my legal council.

Thanks,

(edited)




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From: Withrow <[email protected]>
To: (edited)
Sent: Tue, December 8, 2009 4:30:04 PM
Subject: Re: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)


It's a standard practice to show independent valuation to buyers/resellers.
Nobody will do business without it. I'm a businessman and have no intention
of changing rules which help both parties to avoid additional risks.

Of course, investors never take into account auto-generated valuations. So
manual valuation is a "must" too.

I read the following information about appraisals at:
domainexplorer . org/Archive-09-2009/91637524.htm

Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.

----- Original Message -----
From: (edited)
To: Withrow
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 6:07 PM
Subject: Re: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)


Mr. Withrow,

I except the offer you have provided. I will send you an invoice from paypal to this email.


Thanks,

(edited)





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From: Withrow <[email protected]>
To: (edited)
Sent: Tue, December 8, 2009 2:30:55 AM
Subject: Re: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)



Can you accept 5,000 USD?

Do you sell domain with a web site or just the name?

Domain without content is ok with me. Web site is not necessary.

Have you had your domain names evaluated in the past? I mean domain appraisals. Without valuation we cannot be sure in the sale price. It's very important for me in terms of reselling too. But we must engage a valuation company with REAL manual service. So I will only accept valuations from independent sources I and my partners trust.

To avoid mistakes I asked domain experts about reputable appraisal companies.

Please check this blog with suggestions from other sellers and buyers:
domainexplorer . org/Archive-09-2009/91637524.htm

If, for example, the valuation comes higher you can adjust your asking price accordingly. It will be fair. I also hope you can give me 12% - 15% discount.

After you send me the valuation via email (usually it takes 1-2 days to obtain it) we'll continue our negotiations.

What is your preferred payment method: Escrow.com, International wire transfer, PayPal.com or something else?

Hope we can come to an agreement fast.

Looking forward to your reply.
----- Original Message -----
From: (edited)
To: [email protected]
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 2:35 AM
Subject: Re: (edited) (sent 12/07/09)


Scott,

Feel free to make an offer. This is site was used as a computer reselling site. I've moved on to other venture and this URL doesn't fit the new company.

Thanks,

(edited)




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From: "withrow@domainsecondhand.com" <[email protected]>
To: (edited)
Sent: Mon, December 7, 2009 7:14:51 AM
Subject: (edited)

Hello,

Our company invests in Internet projects and domain names. What is your
price for the domain name?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Scott Withrow

CEO

Domain Investing & Reselling
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NOTICE - This communication may contain confidential and privileged
information that is for the sole use of the intended recipient. Any
viewing, copying or distribution of, or reliance on this message by
unintended recipients is strictly prohibited. If you have received this
message in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message
and deleting it from your computer.
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Unfortunately, they know enough to NOT make an offer. They simply asked you: "Can you accept 5,000 USD?". That's still in the negotiation stage (if it were real). If they stated "I will buy your domain for $5,000", that would be an offer.
 
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Domainssecondhand.com= scam !!!

I'm glad that I found this thread before I fell for the scam !!!!!
I see that they are using a different name too.
Thanks for exposing these people.
I hope this will help anyone else.

BELOW ARE THE EMAIL CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN THEM AND I......


Re: xxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)
From: Bortfeld <[email protected]>View Contact
To: >


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Sedo is a good broker and we can use it for transfer/transaction.
Unfortunately , Sedo is not acceptable as an appraiser because your names
are listed with them and they are not independent. They are interested in
earning 10% commission on every sale. I need appraisals from a company
which is not interested in selling your domains.

I heard many appraisal companies often made inaccurate appraisals. So I
cannot accept appraisal from each and every site. I will only accept
appraisals from independent appraisal companies I know and trust.
----- Original Message -----
From:
To: Bortfeld
Sent: Friday, December 11, 2009 5:39 PM
Subject: Re: xxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)


I have ordered a Evaluation of the domain name. I should receive it in 3 days.
As soon as I receive the email I will forward it to you.
I am using Home*-*Sedo.com as a broker. would you rather use www.escrow.com or some other ?
I have other names for sell also.
I look forward to doing further business with you.






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From: Bortfeld <[email protected]>
To: >
Sent: Fri, December 11, 2009 12:30:58 AM
Subject: Re: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)


It's a standard practice to show independent valuation to buyers/resellers.
Nobody will do business without it. I'm a businessman and have no intention
of changing rules which help both parties to avoid additional risks.

Of course, investors never take into account auto-generated valuations. So
manual valuation is a "must" too.

I read the following information about appraisals at:

domainexplorer . org/ Archive-09-2009/91462735.htm

Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.


----- Original Message -----
From:
To: Bortfeld
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)




Hello,

5,000 USD is a good starting offer.
It is only the domain name. There is not a website with the name.
Before I can evaluate the domain name, I need to know how serious you are about buying the name.
The money I spend will have to be recouped somehow.
I too am willing to negoteate. I accept Paypal payment.
Please respond A.S.A.P. about your offer.

Thanks


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From: Bortfeld <[email protected]>
To: >
Sent: Wed, December 9, 2009 4:41:19 PM
Subject: Re: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)



Can you accept 5,000 USD?

Do you sell domain with a web site or just the name?

Domain without content is ok with me. Web site is not necessary.

Have you had your domain names evaluated in the past? I mean domain appraisals. Without valuation we cannot be sure in the sale price. It's very important for me in terms of reselling too. But we must engage a valuation company with REAL manual service. So I will only accept valuations from independent sources I and my partners trust.

To avoid mistakes I asked domain experts about reputable appraisal companies.

Please check this blog with suggestions from other sellers and buyers:
domainexplorer . org/Archive-09-2009/91462735 .htm

If, for example, the valuation comes higher you can adjust your asking price accordingly. It will be fair. I also hope you can give me 12% - 15% discount.

After you send me the valuation via email (usually it takes 1-2 days to obtain it) we'll continue our negotiations.

What is your preferred payment method: Escrow.com, International wire transfer, PayPal.com or something else?

Hope we can come to an agreement fast.

Looking forward to your reply.
----- Original Message -----
From:
To: [email protected]
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 10:48 PM
Subject: Re: xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)


Hello,

I have all the information about the domains for sell at Home*-*Sedo.com.
If you have any question please feel free to post it.
I also see that you don't have a website. I would like to have more information on your business.

Thanks






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From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
To:
Sent: Wed, December 9, 2009 11:29:39 AM
Subject: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com (sent 12/09/09)

Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the
domain?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Joseph Bortfeld

President

Domain Investing & Reselling
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NOTICE - This communication may contain confidential and privileged
information that is for the sole use of the intended recipient. Any
viewing, copying or distribution of, or reliance on this message by
unintended recipients is strictly prohibited. If you have received this
message in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message
and deleting it from your computer.
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dominaseconhand

Got this today looked fishy as soon as i read projects being spelled as prjects. maybe some kind of subconcious eye trick to get me to respond.lol

Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the domain?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Joseph Bortfeld

President

Domain Investing & Reselling
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NOTICE - This communication may contain confidential and privileged information that is for the sole use of the intended recipient. Any viewing, copying or distribution of, or reliance on this message by unintended recipients is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message and deleting it from your computer.
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here is the scammer info name address and phone number

Greetings!

Actually I've received the same email from this scammer and I found it fishy so I've decided to do a research so I've found this thread and I've read it ...and after doing more reserch in my own I've finally found the complete details of this stupid scambag , I'm giving you this info so for any who got scammed he can use this info to sue him or even to scare the hell out of him lol :P

Full name : Iqbal Ranil

[email protected]

Address: prada utama I lr.mutiara 11
banda aceh, NAD 23115
Indonesia

Phone Number :+628126951911
 
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Just got this one as well. The same emails, word for word.

His email address was [email protected] and name was Bortfeld.

The website he directed me to is
http://www.domainexplorer.org/Archive-09-2009/91462735.htm

Which pushes http://www.researchappraisals.com/

researchappraisals.com is a scam
 
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DomainSecondhand.com is a scam

Thanks for the tip off. I have just received a second email from this guy Bortfeld asking me to collaborate with him. I shall not be replying. Is this the best thing to do?

Strine domains
 
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I too received an email from DomainSecondhand.com last week. This is the first time I had ever received one of these scam emails, but I knew right away it wasn't legit. To make sure, I came here and did a search for it. Sure enough here it is laid out nicely for me to read about.

My email was perhaps a little more harsh then most as I replied with "Get f*cked, scammer." Haven't heard from them since. :)
 
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My Response For Mathieu_RZ

Greetings!

Actually I've received the same email from this scammer and I found it fishy so I've decided to do a research so I've found this thread and I've read it ...and after doing more reserch in my own I've finally found the complete details of this stupid scambag , I'm giving you this info so for any who got scammed he can use this info to sue him or even to scare the hell out of him lol :P

Full name : Iqbal Ranil

ranyliq /at/ gmail.com

Address: prada utama I lr.mutiara 11
banda aceh, NAD 23115
Indonesia

Phone Number :+628126951911

First, Thank you Dear Sir(s), Madam(s).. excellent research!! awesome!! 1 Post and Bangg..
But..let me clarify something..

I am the owner of DNDBOARD.COM. Check the site and then (view the source)
And Now, please visit the scammer on this thread at Domainsecondhand.com (then check the source) . Please, check it out!

See the difference? Man, You should understand what is "frames" mean .. If the scammer(Domainsecondhand.com) fram-ing google.. im sure you will put google email and phone number..

Please, go back to previous page on this thread and see my post there.. "Domainsecondhand.com Framing My Site"..

And Now My question, You List My Name There.. That's Mean you accuse Me.. can you Tell me what is your methods and step until you can tell That i'm the scammer?

Mathieu_rz, You have demand to sue Me?
My answer: As long Im not doing something wrong,scamming people,kill people etc,etc.. I am Ready..

BTW, I can see you thread @ DP also:
a.Domain Appraisee's
b.scammer alert - [email protected]

You must really proud.. Thank you for your entertainment.
 
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The SCUMBAG is back:

Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the
domain?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Joseph Bortfeld

President

Domain Investing & Reselling
========================================================
NOTICE - This communication may contain confidential and privileged
information that is for the sole use of the intended recipient. Any
viewing, copying or distribution of, or reliance on this message by
unintended recipients is strictly prohibited. If you have received this
message in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the message
and deleting it from your computer.
========================================================

below is the source:

Received: (qmail 20569 invoked from network); 22 Dec 2009 20:42:07 -0000
Received: from unknown (HELO p3pismtp01-004.prod.phx3.secureserver.net) ([10.6.12.4])
(envelope-sender <[email protected]>)
by p3plsmtp05-01.prod.phx3.secureserver.net (qmail-1.03) with SMTP
for <info@*******.com>; 22 Dec 2009 20:42:07 -0000
X-IronPort-Anti-Spam-Result: AlMBAD69MEvR7YbokWdsb2JhbACHE4kEizEBAQEBCQsKBxMDunWEMwQ
Received: from mail42.atl.registeredsite.com ([209.237.134.232])
by p3pismtp01-004.prod.phx3.secureserver.net with ESMTP; 22 Dec 2009 13:42:06 -0700
Received: from server_name.usa.prod.interland.net ([64.225.249.184])
by mail42.atl.registeredsite.com (8.12.11.20060308/8.12.11) with ESMTP id nBMKg4j7028070
for <info@*******.com>; Tue, 22 Dec 2009 15:42:05 -0500
Received: from mail pickup service by server_name.usa.prod.interland.net with Microsoft SMTPSVC;
Tue, 22 Dec 2009 15:42:04 -0500
From: <[email protected]>
To: <info@*******.com>
Subject: *******.com (sent 12/22/09)
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 15:42:04 -0500
X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.3790.4325
Message-ID: <IPSWAZ0025ATL2x8VUk0000082c@server_name.usa.prod.interland.net>
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 22 Dec 2009 20:42:04.0500 (UTC) FILETIME=[385CC140:01CA8347]
X-Nonspam: None
 
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I hate scams, the are horrible and the worst they get the more you pay

Clearly no one like scammer, but in fact, domainsecondhand.com still life and keep spamming people inbox with their scam email until know.
btw, i see they using:
dns2.registeredsite.com
dns1.registeredsite.com

its hosted in US.. right? :?
 
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thedomaininvestors.com is a scam !

Here is the mail I've just received :

Dear X,

Happy New Year!

Can you accept 15,000 euros for the following package:
X.com
Y.com
Z.com

Do you sell domain with a web site or just the name?

Domain without content is ok with me. Web site is not necessary.

Have you had your domain names evaluated in the past? I mean domain appraisals. Without valuation we cannot be sure in the sale price. It's very important for me in terms of reselling too. But we must engage a valuation company with REAL manual service. So I will only accept valuations from independent sources I and my partners trust.

To avoid mistakes I asked domain experts about reputable appraisal companies.

Please check this blog with suggestions from other sellers and buyers:


If, for example, the valuation comes higher you can adjust your asking price accordingly. It will be fair. I also hope you can give me 12% - 15% discount.

After you send me the valuation via email (usually it takes 1-2 days to obtain it) we'll continue our negotiations.

What is your preferred payment method: Escrow.com, International wire transfer, PayPal.com or something else?

Hope we can come to an agreement fast.

Looking forward to your reply.

Richards

It's just a scam, as I have found other posts with almost the same text word by word on this forum.
For example :

http://www.namepros.com/401699-domainsecondhand-com-is-a-scam-3.html

They have just changed their domain name.

Beware.

---------- Post added at 05:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:25 PM ----------

I found it strange they were offering 4 times the prices listed on sedo.com :)

---------- Post added at 05:51 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:34 PM ----------

They redirect you there : http://www.researchappraisals.com

That's where they make money : 49 EUR for one domain "manual" appraisal.
 
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hehe amazing :P

Just today I am in talks with this PRESIDENT of thedomaininvestors. He is offering me a few thousand euros and is suggesting I check out a few appraisal companies. I know what he's upto so I am just playing along ..
 
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I got an email also from the president of thedomaininvestor, although it wasn't as blatant as the first post. Was the name Gary something?
 
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I got an email also from the president of thedomaininvestor, although it wasn't as blatant as the first post. Was the name Gary something?

Yups.. Gary the smart guy.. I mean how silly can one be. Copy pasting his response to a forum post which shows that it's what he is suggesting. I said to him suggest me a few names. He did and I went for the expensive one, he goes NO NO that will cost you a lot. I said yah I know u are buying so why not :P
 
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thank you for the previous posts so i knew whom and what i was up to right away by the first mail. i have to admit i felt exited about someone being interested in my page at first, which is yet another reason to spread word about this scam.

i made the effort and copy paste it into right order, you know his text anways.

for the fun (and the question) scroll down



From: president at thedomaininvestors .com
To: me (edit)
Subject: (edit)
Date: (edit)

Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the domain?
If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.
Looking forward to do business with you.
Regards,

Gary Richards
President
The Domain Investors



From: me (edit)
To: president at thedomaininvestors .com
Sent: (edit)
Subject: (edit)

dear mr. PRESIDENT of the domainvestors.
starting price 100.000$.
no negotiations.
cheers

Dear (edit),

Happy New Year!

Can you accept 95,000 USD?
Do you sell domain with a web site or just the name?
Domain without content is ok with me. Web site is not necessary.

Have you had your domain names evaluated in the past? I mean domain appraisals. Without valuation we cannot be sure in the sale price. It's very important for me in terms of reselling too. But we must engage a valuation company with REAL manual service. So I will only accept valuations from independent sources I and my partners trust.

To avoid mistakes I asked domain experts about reputable appraisal companies.
Please check this blog with suggestions from other sellers and buyers:

If, for example, the valuation comes higher you can adjust your asking price accordingly. It will be fair. I also hope you can give me 12% - 15% discount.

After you send me the valuation via email (usually it takes 1-2 days to obtain it) we'll continue our negotiations.
What is your preferred payment method: Escrow.com, International wire transfer, PayPal.com or something else?
Hope we can come to an agreement fast.

Looking forward to your reply.



From: me (edit)
To: president at thedomaininvestors .com
Sent: (edit)
Subject: RE: (edit)

which part of "no negotiations" did your bot not understand :)

cheers



From: thedomaininvestors .com
To: me (edit)
Subject: Re: (edit)
Date: (edit)

It's a standard practice to show independent valuation to buyers/resellers.
Nobody will do business without it. I'm a businessman and have no intention
of changing rules which help both parties to avoid additional risks.

Of course, investors never take into account auto-generated valuations. So
manual valuation is a "must" too.

I read the following information about appraisals at:


Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.



From: me (edit)
To: thedomaininvestors .com
Sent: (edit)
Subject: RE: (edit)

if this bot wants an evalution so badly go buy one yourself.
as a serious businessman it wont hurt your deep pockets.
and afterwards you pay me 100.000$ anyways.

thank you in advance


now i found the next answer in the forum, so i wrote


From: me (edit)
To: thedomaininvestors .com
Sent: (edit)
Subject: RE: (edit)

and please dont send me next :

> It's a big risk to proceed without professional valuation. I already spoke
> to industry experts and they prohibited me to do business without
> valuation..

> Without manual valuation nobody will buy. You'll sit on your domain for
> years in this case, paying renewal fees to your registrar. Just think about
> it. So sooner or later, you'll have to obtain an appraisal. Why waste time
> now?

> As a seller, you can use a valuation certificate to sell names to other
> buyers. I cannot do the same because I don't keep control over your domain.

> I'm still interested in your domain. Hope you'll change your position. I
> simply don't want to take additional risks.

> Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.

getting a text like that would lead to exessive anger and pain. i might sue you for 100.000$ if you still do so.

thanks


but ...


From: thedomaininvestors.com
To: me (edit)
Subject: Re: (edit)
Date: (edit)

It's a big risk to proceed without professional valuation. I already spoke
to industry experts and they prohibited me to do business without
valuation..

Without manual valuation nobody will buy. You'll sit on your domain for
years in this case, paying renewal fees to your registrar. Just think about
it. So sooner or later, you'll have to obtain an appraisal. Why waste time
now?

As a seller, you can use a valuation certificate to sell names to other
buyers. I cannot do the same because I don't keep control over your domain.

I'm still interested in your domain. Hope you'll change your position. I
simply don't want to take additional risks.

Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.




question: do we have a case with this guy ignoring my warning (and all the future warnings to come by all people hes trying to rip of) and willingly causing all the pain ? :tri:
 
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I just received an email from this guy, I then googled his email address.

he says he wants to pay 5k for a domain that I have, I just have to get an evaluation done. I told him if he wants one then he can pay for it, lol.
 
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Hehe this Gary Richards isnt giving up is he. I wonder what nuts like that get out of starting off in such a bad way. I mean don't they get it that people on the other side "have a brain"?


:P
 
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I always google people that want to do business with me, in this case I saw the whois record first, and the mail domain was registered the 31st of december 2009.... I then saw this thread, thanks for putting it up guys!

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Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the domain?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Gary Richards

President

The Domain Investors
 
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I just received this

friedman AT thedomaininvestors.com
Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web prjects. What is your price for the domain?

If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.

Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Daniel Friedman

President

Online Investment & Consulting LLC


This is a second email.
 
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Hey,

Thanks for this forum as it clearly confirmed my theory of this being a scam.

Of course since I am not getting my money I am getting some fun out of it by stringing the guy along until he snaps / goes crazy.

Scam me and I screw you ... simple laws of the world :)


Cheers,

mrph
 
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I think this guy had been doing this for years now.. :( I also got a couple of emails from this guy with a different name.
 
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Same here, tx for advice !



JoYz à paulson

Yuck Fou !


Z.


2010/1/21 <[email protected]>

Hello,

We buy and sell domains and web pr®jects. What is your price for the domain?
If you have other domains for sale feel free to send your list.
Looking forward to do business with you.

Regards,

Robert Paulson

President

Online Investment & Consulting LLC

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Damn, I just read this forum after I have paid for a manual appraisal. I think I lost €49,- for nothing.

I also have received exactly the same emails. In my case, the sender was 'daniel friedman' (email: friedman / a / thedomaininvestors.com).

I don't think now, I can see forward to my appraisal anymore. Let's wait and see if I receive something. If not, I will tell the police via email. (Hopefully, they will put more resources on internet crime).

Regards,

Oscar
 
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