Hi, I've just received an email from a law form with initiating legal proceedings, or threatening to initiate them. I listed a domain on Sedo, it didn't meet the reserve, but a prospective buyer came forwrad and offered £12,000 for the name. A mix up occurred due to currencies, and this was not what I was after, the deal was cancelled and the broker for Sedo accepeted responsibility. After a bit of negotiation, I said I'd accept £15k provided the deal was complete in a week, eventually the buyer agreed, assuming I provided Google analytics, it was at this point I had second thoughts about the sale and also received a larger offer, I replied saying I would eventually grant analytics accesss, but I have received a larger offer and I am waiting to hear back from the person who made that. It took a while to chase up the person who made the other offer, and he said he'd need a few weeks to get the funds together, a few days of emails when back and forth between me and the Sedo broker, and I then said if I net £18.5K then I'll take it. The broker then emailed me back saying the prospective buyer wants analytics access still, so I assumed there was interest at £18.5K. Do I have any commitment to sell the domain to the buyer based on the above? I don't know if they're trying to use scare tactics to try and get me to sell at £15K, but from the letter attached in the email, they're essentially saying because I said I'd accept £15K provided analytics access was given, I'm legally bound to sell the domain, although the analytics was only granted after then saying I would accept £18.5K. I know I didn't carry out the negotiations in the best of ways and I did apologise to the buyer for this, however he now seems to be taking legal action. Look forward to your thoughts.