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Looking for private catchers for drops on the 31st

Discussion in 'Drop catching Domain Names' started by Jump, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Jump Australia

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    Dear Boys and Girls,

    Are any private catchers interested in chasing names for me, for drops on the 31st (tomorrow/March), please?

    £100 per name, pocket money, on success.

    PM me, please. Thank you!

    Regards,
    Nic
     
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  3. timter51 United Kingdom

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    Sent you a PM Nic, I have nothing loaded up for tomorrow so it's all yours.
     
  4. Jump Australia

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    Thanks Tim.
     
  5. Jump Australia

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    Dear Boys, Girls and Superheroes,

    A quick note to thank the people who responded to my request here, for firepower.

    We all have our "war stories", but I always feel that playing domains in the UK is unique. I was once in an auction at mastername.ru for a must-have name, with no English text on the website and no English email/phone support, and the auction went crazy, in rubles. Scary. I have had similarly disarming arm-wrestles with super motivated competitors at backorders.es, some years ago. But for all the things you experience as a domain tourist, I feel that it pails into insignificance when compared with the "who knows what will happen" environment that is the UK drop scene, when I am chasing a strategic .uk name.

    Several of you responded here, which surprised me. Thank you, including to those who had the name booked already for themselves and could not help; appreciated, regardless.

    A seriously big "hat tip" to DaveP for getting the job done for me - both first and second level.

    And perhaps it is not inappropriate to give special mention here to Rob of domainview.co.uk. He is a pro: great service (email responses, faster than a speeding bullet), generosity (expertise, explanatory notes, and credits) and ethics to boot (he knocked back an offered fee on the basis that he could not deliver value for it - I would not have known).

    Thanks again, to all.

    Nic
     
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