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DNSEO.co.uk (+ dnSseo.co.uk free with sale) - Offers From £20

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  1. Philip

    Philip (3) Active Member Known Trader

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    Please Post An Offer / PM / E-mail: "emailingdata-dns@yahoo.co.uk".

    Expiry In 2 years (Bought Today, 10th November, 2009)

    Hosting: "1and1.com"

    Payment By PayPal (Or MoneyBookers Etc.)
     
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  3. Philip

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    DNSEO.co.uk (+ dnSseo.co.uk free with sale) - Bin £20

    DNSEO.co.uk (+ dnSseo.co.uk free with sale) - Bin £20

    Please Post "Sold" / PM / E-mail: "emailingdata-dns@yahoo.co.uk".

    Expiry In 2 years (Bought Yesterday, 10th November, 2009)

    Hosting: "1and1.com"

    Payment By PayPal (Or MoneyBookers Etc.)
     
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    Bump

    Bumped Up.
     
  6. DomainAngel United Kingdom

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    I will give you £20 the lot.
     
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    Confirmed

    Confirmed - will send PM.
     
  8. DomainAngel United Kingdom

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    Your thread showed dnsseo and dnseo for sale at £20

    Below that you had scrapgoldprice etc for £50 with dnsseo and dnseo thrown in for free.

    I made you an offer of £20 for the lot. The lot meaning all of them, you are English speaking are you not?

    You accepted and I paid, ok you have refunded, but please make your post or as you say signature more clear.
     
  9. Philip

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    - Correct

    First of all, you only paid £20, so that argument would not make any sense in any case. Those are in the signature and if you would click on the "scrapgoldprice" link, you would see that is referring to two other gold domains.

    Actually you did not necessarily directly refer to my signature - it could have meant what you wanted, but not necessarily, nor in any correspondence here or by PM, do I remember you mentioning "scrapgoldprices" directly, other than in the payment completed message and as for my English skills, I work as an (native) English teacher for my profession...

    - the first I knew clearly that you meant about the scrapgoldprice, was in your paypal payment, where it mentioned about you also having paid for scrap gold prices - I immediately refunded you back, that you had made a mistake.

    - as far as I am aware, I never mentioned scrapgoldprices in my post other than it being in my signature and furthermore, can't even see in the signature where it says that buying DN(s)SEO for £20 would give scrapgoldprices...

    I am quite busy and suggest that we stop corresponding here and will try to add "gold" to the signature to try and prevent any future misunderstading - you have made your opinion clear and so have I - if you have anything more to add, then PM or e-mail me.
     
  10. DomainAngel United Kingdom

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    Maybe it was the way it was read by me, however,when I offered £20 for the lot, I was obviously bidding you in the preverbials, otherwise I would of just said sold, and not £20 for the lot.

    I'm happy with a misunderstanding, but attitude i'm not.
     
  11. Philip

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    Fair Enough

    Alright, let's end this conversation.
     
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