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For sale: clark .co.uk

Discussion in 'Archive UK Domains For Sale' started by njf, Apr 17, 2006.

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  1. njf United Kingdom

    njf Active Member

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    Hi All,

    Another sanity check: I'm selling clark .co.uk and have an end-user buyer interested at the £7k + VAT mark.

    Sound right? Or is anyone else interested for more?

    If we end up with a bunch of people interested - I want to make a decision on this by Weds 2000hrs. Let me know if you think I'm wide of the mark on the pricing.

    Cheers & thanks for any advice, Nick.
     
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  3. Ellis United Kingdom

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    hand, off, their & bite are the words that spring to mind
     
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    wwwdomain.name Well-Known Member

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    Personally, I'd take the money and ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun.... :p
     
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    retired_member16 Banned

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    Drop Arnold Clark an email and let them know its free before you sell, they are a big, big car dealer.

    Although saying that they let a prenom - arnold.co.uk - go recently.
     
  6. Creature United Kingdom

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    Risk

    Firestars, isn´t he going to risk losing his domain name if he drops arnold clark an email advertising it for sale? I would say that could invite a reverse hijack. Creature.
     
  7. Godfrey

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    Are you not allowed to own a domain and have it for sale?
     
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    Do you wear shoes? :p

    I dont think they have a right to it while its missing the S. But those who say yay or nay frown upon folks who park domains :(
     
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    Not in this I wouldnt think so.

    Clark is a very popular surname. If the email was worded correctly then all would be above board.
     
  10. aquanuke

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    Trying telling that to folks on nom-steer. They seem to think parking a domain and offering it for sale are grounds for abusive registration :p

    There currently telling me I cant own black-cat.co.uk because its parked and for sale :rolleyes:
     
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    retired_member16 Banned

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    Ive stopped paying attention to Nom-Steer, they have been driving me mad for years.

    However in this case I think they are quite correct as I wanted black-cat.co.uk and I think you should release it. (or forward the emails sent to lyndsey as she is my ex and used to work there :) )
     
  12. ratboy United Kingdom

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    What was black-cat guys?
     
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    I believe they're referring to a discussion on Nom-Steer... One of the chaps on there runs Black Cat Networks and, before black-cat.co.uk dropped, he was taunted with the possible fate of black-cat.co.uk!

    At least that's how I remember it - I've since deleted it and so can't confirm.

    Re clark.co.uk, I think £7k is a "more than reasonable" price - bite their frikkin hand off :)
     
  14. aquanuke

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    Very backwards bunch nom-steer are.. im gonna unsubscribe, giving me a headache.
     
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    Last time I saw a black cat the bloody thing made me crash my bike into a wall. Sounds like it's everyones misfortune! :D
     
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    Sorry off topic, re: clark, good deal, nice price!
     
  17. retired_member27

    retired_member27 Retired Member

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    You could always try Seb Clark he might be interested.
     
  18. rob

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    couple of catchers called clark... not sure if anyone is that vain around here though ;)
     
  19. retired_member27

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    Unlike rob.co.uk ;)
     
  20. rob

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    :D

    it is a pain as when you give out email address people think you are thick 'no sir, its usually something at hotmail or gmail or your isp' etc.

    But on topic, decentish end user price would take :)
     
  21. Ellis United Kingdom

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    Forget Arnold Clark

    They let Arnold.co.uk drop last year - I must have sent them 20 letters and numerous emails trying to buy it... didn't get one responce

    It was obvious they weren't bovered

    £7000 plus vat is a mega offer - I'd deal
     
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