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Discussion in 'Domain Name Offers Invited' started by CEO, Jul 1, 2008.

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  1. CEO

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    Taking £xx,xxx offers on B I Z . co .uk
     
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  3. CEO

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    Will be going to auction if no offers received.
     
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    rob (50) Founding Member Trusted Trader

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    Is this a name you own or are you brokering?

    Cheers,
    Rob.
     
  5. CEO

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    I own the domain. Are you interested?
     
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    Domain now sold pending payment to one lucky acorner. thanks
     
  7. CEO

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    Deal now completed. I have been pm'd asking what the price was but i'm afraid that is down to the buyer to disclose if they so wish.
     
  8. irf82

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    being nosey

    hi rob, how much did you buy this domain for, if it was you?
     
  9. rob

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    WHOIS Query is the new owner, not me :)
     
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    Very nice well done all round :)
     
  11. CEO

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    Thanks. 299 views on this thread and loads of pm's is making me think I undersold it? At the time I was happy with the price but the buyer said he will probably stick it on sedo so must think it's worth more. oh well.
     
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    Which is the wrong way to think about it. You sold it for a price which you were originally happy with (hopefully), if the purchaser thinks they can get more, and wants to take a risk on it then that's their prerogative - it shouldn't matter too much to you.

    It's easy to fall for a sort of reverse winner's curse in this game.

    Cheers,

    P.
     
  13. foz

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    Hi CEO, what level of type-in traffic did it receive?
     
  14. CEO

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    nothing really, didnt do anything with it. just a 3 letter which stood for business and was extremely brandable imho.
     
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    Sounds like a good sale then. Congrats.
     
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    I've put this on sedo and will be putting in their premium auction unless someone wants to make a £xx,xxx offer outside?
     
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