Discussion in 'General Board' started by SF, Jun 16, 2009.
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Your posts got deleted. I was happy for them to stay, mugging yourself off again db? hardly a surprise.
Qwerk, sold by text, banked and transfer sent, sent text just now to find out why transfer not completed and to remind.
diety, considered sold but came back saying problems and wanted to pay in two weeks, american. In fact he just signed up to the forum and I asked if he's ready to pay, no reply.
voucherland, ask http://www.acorndomains.co.uk/members/tricky.html he bought it, sent him transfer three times so far, ask him why he aint done it, why bother me? you're a mug flynn, everyone knows it.
buyer was Jim on [provedandremoved].co.uk, he wanted laters.co.uk and climateworks.co.uk from csv list as well but didn't realise they weren't on the email offer list so we were still in discussion as of 12th June as to how to proceed, I've not heard from him, thanks for reminding me as I'd forget there was money on the table.
Seems your allegations are all wrong.
To be fair, I think if everyone trawled through their sales on AD, they'd find a few that didn't quite complete, or didn't transfer.
I can think of two or three of my own off the top of my head.
The trouble is, you're not sad enough to sink to their level to find some dirt to dish, children play though eh, while the adults make hay and prosper. I've wasted enough of my time on this.
Thanks, they got back to me with new email address re qwerk, should be transferred shortly. Make sure you sit there watching for the second it changes so you can accept how much of a little cry wolf you are.
qwerk now transfered thanks
There are quite a few here that think that all is fair in love, war and domain trading. Any amount of hype, scams and deceptions are fine, so long as it makes money.
Whilst others think that this sort of behaviour is what's dragging domaining to its death. While we are all seen as cybersquatting scammers it makes it difficult to convince customers that I just want to do an honest trade and opens the door for heavy handed legislation to be brought in.
This board is one of the main shop windows for .uk domains. It's a shame that it often looks like TIT.
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