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|29-05-2012, 10:25:24 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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GoDaddy auction, bid and counter offer??
So I saw a name on a GoDaddy auction I fancied. It was currently at auction with a price of $499. I offered $280, expecting a counter offer and fully expecting to up my offer but the counter offer came back as $1,500,000!!!!
Whats that all about then?
|30-05-2012, 12:25:26 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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Maybe someone got abit too excited seeing an interested buyer (which must be a rare occurance to them) so hoped that they could ramp up the price as they dont have a clue how buyers work.. Pretty foolish that isnt it.. Was it a really top notch domain name?.. If things like that happen just let it go.. Stick to your original price level.. If you wanted to pay even like £2k you would have offered more initially! but dont be ramped up in bids, ever
|30-05-2012, 02:31:35 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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I wish I had that kind of money. It is quite a good generic two word .com but I don't know what kind of medication the owners on.
I might of stretched to the original $499 but that counter offer knocked me for six and knocked my interest away. Just a waste of time really.