Originally Posted by pred
it's a .com I'm selling, I take it both yours were dot coms too, knowing you?
Actually neither was - A .org and .net in this instance.
But I'm going to add a further gripe (It would be wrong to blame Sedo entirely)
Both sales made DNjournals report as SEDO sales. I've no problem with the one instigated through Sedo. But, come-on... , The sale made through an unlisted
direct enquiry and negotiated entirely between myself and the buyer - who then choose Sedo for escrow services - reported as a Sedo sale.
I did expect to see Sedo claim this 'unrelated' sale - But come on guys by that reckoning Escrow.com must be the biggest domain sales platform in existence. And that's without them even holding a platform for domain selling.
Ron at DNjournal should ,given all his "kudos" take some responsibility for this.
I'm all for the awareness profile - but it shouldn't have this type of misreporting hanging over-it. (why not just include a "E" beside the reported sale to denote an escrow transaction)
I reckon it's probably time to guess the odds/ratio of a genuine Sedo reported Sale. Probably 50/50 as a guess.