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atinc

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I thought it would be interesting to see offers that nP users turn downed in their domaining journey.

Let's share the amount of offer, and the domain name.

Let us know if you regret your decision?

For example:

This year I received a $2500 offer for Beverage.Catering by an enduser from U.K, but I've turned it down and I don't regret it. :happy:
 
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Riz M.

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Last week I received offer of 999 usd on highgourmet in king but i countered 2k and still waiting for better offers i m sure i can sell in 2k+ so no problem at all
 

Tshombe

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I think the one I somehow regret was $500 offer on BlockchainTicketSale in king from one very well known crypto-whale. But since I knew who he was, I'm confident he could have easily met my counter-offer. However in hindsight that was a pretty good ROI but as they say hindsight is 20/20.
 
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I turned down $10K for Satellite.tv, from two different unsolicited prospects. Probably a mistake.
 
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I have turned down an offer of $7500 for a Crypto Currency domain
 

DomainVP

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Turned down $30k for a domain I picked up for less than $500.

Then a 3-4 months later I turned down $17k for the same domain, totally different inquiry.

Still have the domain, and now that the industry is moving to the U.S. I just bumped up my ask and put it on SEDO. Only time will tell but I'm pretty sure I can get high 5-fig low 6-figures.

It's a risky game we play, so I don't regret it. What I would regret is if I sold it for $30k and could have gotten $200k.
 
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atinc

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Turn down $2300 and I regret it.

I have turned down an offer of $7500 for a Crypto Currency domain

Turned down $30k for a domain I picked up for less than $500.

Then a 3-4 months later I turned down $17k for the same domain, totally different inquiry.

Still have the domain, and now that the industry is moving to the U.S. I just bumped up my ask and put it on SEDO. Only time will tell but I'm pretty sure I can get high 5-fig low 6-figures.

It's a risky game we play, so I don't regret it. What I would regret is if I sold it for $30k and could have gotten $200k.

Would you please share the domain names?
 

atinc

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I turned down $10K for Satellite.tv, from two different unsolicited prospects. Probably a mistake.
nice domain! Have you contacted them back, maybe they are still interested.
 
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I wish I could contribute to this thread :xf.frown: !

ps If one of you wants to make me some big offer, even though the name doesn't warrant it, you know, just to let me feel included. Yeah, that would be nice! :xf.smile:
 
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Turned down $1k twice! I should have sold.

Champagne / Charters / dot / com

Early on, I probably lost a lot of sales by making counter offers that were way too high on some domains. Someone offered $500 and I responded with $80,000.
 

TERADOMAIN

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ElectricCar.JPG

  • Turned down $100K for above name. No regret at all. They were willing to go little up but very slightly but I turned down very politely.
  • Current Market share is 3% to 4% . Growing almost 40% to 50% annually.
  • 8% to 10% market share target by 2020 to 2022.
  • Major automotive companies planning to do mass production around 2020.
1 humble request to all friends. Please do not write above names in full during response or comment.

Thanks
 
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urljunky

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rathish

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  • Turned down $100K for above name. No regret at all. They were willing to go little up but very slightly but I turned down very politely.
  • Current Market share is 3% to 4% . Growing almost 40% to 50% annually.
  • 8% to 10% market share target by 2020 to 2022.
  • Major automotive companies planning to do mass production around 2020.
1 humble request to all friends. Please do not write above names in full during response or comment.

Thanks

Hi friend , it's a very good domain . can you please let us know when you have purchased it and at what price range ?
 

techname

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I recently turned down an offer of $8000 for jet hire (in king), which I don't regret.
And a while back, I turned down an offer of 2300 euro for vr (.fund), which I possibly regret ; )
 
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Was offered $7k for L/o/n/d/o/n/c/com in 2013. I rejected.

2 days before $100 for S/t/a/k/e/C/a/s/i/n/o/com countered with $35k

A month ago Rejected $1000 offer for both C/r/y/p/t/o/c/i/a/com and C/r/y/p/t/o/S/u/p/p/l/i/e/r/com

Many others i don't remember.
 

ramkumaritrvs

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i turned down $15k offer for coin related domain in .io tld.

and many offers in the range of $2k to $5k for multiple .com domains.
 

Finest

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  • Turned down $100K for above name. No regret at all. They were willing to go little up but very slightly but I turned down very politely.
  • Current Market share is 3% to 4% . Growing almost 40% to 50% annually.
  • 8% to 10% market share target by 2020 to 2022.
  • Major automotive companies planning to do mass production around 2020.
1 humble request to all friends. Please do not write above names in full during response or comment.

Thanks

I reckon you did the right thing. It's hard to turn down such a big money offer but I think this is the kind of name that could be worth a fortune in 10 years time
 

Smiles76

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Turned down $30k for a domain I picked up for less than $500.

Then a 3-4 months later I turned down $17k for the same domain, totally different inquiry.

Still have the domain, and now that the industry is moving to the U.S. I just bumped up my ask and put it on SEDO. Only time will tell but I'm pretty sure I can get high 5-fig low 6-figures.

It's a risky game we play, so I don't regret it. What I would regret is if I sold it for $30k and could have gotten $200k.
What if you never sell it? Just because you received an offer doesn't mean another one will come again. I offered to buy a domain name from a guy 15 years ago and he turned down my offer which was more than fair. Guess what? He's still trying to sell that domain and even sent me an email the other day asking if I'm still interested which I'm not. Never think you're the only game in town.