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Discussion in 'Domain Name Wanted' started by pjam1110, Apr 10, 2010.

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  1. pjam1110

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    Looking for quality keyword 3d domains. Already currently searched and preferably with some age. Pm with asking price.
     
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    Do you have a budget?
     
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    Pm sent..........
     
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    I can tell you 3d . co .uk is not for sale.
     
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    3dforum.co.uk

    PM with offer
     
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    free3dgames.co.uk
    3dfootballgames.co.uk
    3d-photo.co.uk
    3d-channel.co.uk
    3dsportschannel.co.uk
    pm offers
     
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    This thread is a complete waste of everyones time. Two people have requested a budget from the OP and he hasn't even bothered to respond!

    Grant
     
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    Agreed, a mod should lock/delete Wanted threads with no prices.
     
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    And ban repeat infringers.
     
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    It's not hard to put a price range, obviously you know your budget right :confused:
     
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    Why should the budget matter. I stated in the original post PM with your asking price. I wanted this handled through PM and if someone did pm with numbers I responded if the name was of interest. Budget is irrelevant. Your asking price should be your asking price.
    Thanks for all the pms by the way.
     
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    The rules say you must state your budget (or at least a rough guide), this saves everyone wasting their time pm'ing you with domains at £xxxx when your budget may be £50.

    Grant
     
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    It's very simple, because people have thousands of domains. It makes it easier for a buyer to know your budget so they can sort what to send to the person who posted the ad.

    If your budget is 20p then they can stop wasting their time in sending you 3dtv.co.uk
     
  19. pjam1110

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    Maybe its me, but If someone does not post a budget wouldn't that mean they didnt have one. If I as a buyer only had xxx to spend than I would specify, but If I didnt have a cap than it wouldn't be noted. Obviously this is a forum so the xxx,xxx domains probably would not be sold here so keeping in perspective that it is a forum the budget is not a concern if it is not posted.

     
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    That's neither here nor there, the forum rules say you have to post a budget in this section, the heading at the top of this forum says:

    Domain Name Wanted Looking for a Domain Name? post your request here. You must post a Price-Range!
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    You're missing the point. If you said your budget was e.g. mid xx,xxx I might have PMed you about my 3D television domains. With no budget info I'm not going to bother - and neither is anyone else with anything decent.

    Basically, if you don't post a budget then (aside from breaking the rules so in fact you MUST post a budget) all you end up getting sent is the dregs. People who have strong names won't send them on spec to somebody who might for all they know be playing with a budget of 100 pounds or so.
     
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