Discussion in 'Archive UK Domains For Sale' started by MonkeyDesignHse, Apr 14, 2007.
Was used for a fetish site - now owner wishes to sell as needs funds. Offers please.
conx.co.uk and con-x.co.uk
These domains used to be used for a dial up service provider - now its available.
Plus 200 T-Shirts with domain name & a logo on them free to purchaser.
PM me with offers please.
Shame its noy xcon.co.uk, there are plenty of them where I live lol
OK - seems i messed up on the forum- this topic is for aby.co.uk - i will move conx.co.uk to its own topic - aby.co.uk does not include t-shirts.
Best offer so far is 600.00 - I will leave it a few more days before accepting the highest offer.
PM me with your offers.
What is the 'buy it now' price for ABY?
Best offer so far is still 600.00 - Buy it now would be around 1200.00 for a fast sale.
Any advances on 600?
On email yesterday you mentioned top offer was £700 and buy it now was £1400.
Which is correct?
(have just dropped another email as well)
I have checked all PM's - this is correct....
600 is the top offer - and 1200 is my BIN.
Sorry had a bad day yesturday.
I have added my MSN and Skype details in case anyone wants to start negotiations
aby.co.uk will go in 3 days.
OK I am now ready to make my decision on selling this.... At present highest bidder is 600.00 and in 3 days time he will get it.
Any last minute bids to get this 3 letter uk domain.
Domain Sold - Thanks.
That was a quick 3 days
Why post three days and then post sold? This happens all too often on this forum - it deters bidders.
A lot of buyers say "I will offer XXX if you pull the advert now"
I get it all the time on here.
If you set a deadline for bids, keep to it. If you know you are going to accept a figure if offered, put that as a BIN. Then everyone knows where they stand.
Errrrr, you said 'going, going, gone' in 3 days? I was going to PM you a higher offer too and only just seen this thread.
Yeah, this is silly. If someone offers you XXX with a condition to close sale immediately, this just means that someone is afraid of other people offering higher bids. But that someone is interested and will buy anyway, if his offer is not overbid by others.
So wise thing to do for the seller is make his own conditions and reveal bid publically with remaining days for the auction to run.
And if you dont set a BIN but someone comes in at a few hundred over what you would have been happy with, I see no reason why it shouldnt be pulled.
The reason why it shouldn't be pulled is because the seller has outlined the terms for bidders - in this case three days - and should keep to them.
To do otherwise reflects poorly on a seller and is unprofessional.
Exactly. Well put.
Separate names with a comma.