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_co_uk Induction Kit, perfect for FSB or store

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  1. Retired_member41

    Retired_member41 (128) Retired Member Trusted Trader

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    I believe young men buy lots of these things, amazon has lots, would suit an fsb store or similar, 5400 searches

    inductionkit.co.uk
    inductionkit.uk

    £40
     
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    Alex Brooks (1) Member New Trader

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    Would be a prefect domain for someone already in the automotive niche.

    If you drop the price (by quite a lot) I'd be interested, not interested in paying the current asking price when my plan would be to build a website for the domain instead of flipping it, private message me if you drop the price, thanks
     
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    Murray (19) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    You realise it says £40?
     
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    Alex Brooks (1) Member New Trader

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    Which part of my reply suggests that I didn't read the very clearly displayed '£40'? My exact words in my reply:
     
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    caz did you put that zero after the four on purpose?:rolleyes:
     
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    domainseller200 (95) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    The irony is that a single induction kit actually costs more than the price of the domain name itself and yet someone is saying £40 is too much.

    Unbelievable.
     
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    Methinks your ego is a little out of whack lad. Whoa there.

     
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    This part...

    "If you drop the price (by quite a lot)"
     
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    Retired_member41 (128) Retired Member Trusted Trader

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    lol Hey hands up, how dare I try and get away with £40, you've caught me good and proper.

    I get where the person is coming from though, just seemed a bit strong for some new domain expert to open the conversation with lol

    They cost £12, they were booked elsewhere and the plural with much less searches was caught also, So I thought £40 was ok

    I would have dropped to £25 at the end of the day, but for any less I'd rather keep them for a year or so.

    Thanks anyway. :D

    PS

    It took 23 minutes of my life, but there is now an FSB store on it, so back to £40 lol
     
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