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_co_uk resprays.co.uk £25 each

Discussion in 'Fixed Price Domain Names For Sale' started by grandin, Apr 12, 2012.

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  1. grandin United Kingdom

    grandin (32) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    Now £15 each:-


    hockenden.co.uk
    biny.co.uk
    ddny.co.uk
    59p.co.uk
    knaughts.co.uk
    moneymadepink.co.uk
    12voltbulbs.co.uk
    1-n.co.uk
    2-q.co.uk
    9-y.co.uk
    amaryllisbulbs.co.uk
    bikehelmet.me.uk
    bulbsseeds.co.uk


    Lee
     
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    resprays.co.uk sold, thanks
     
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    sold - 3 domains - received with thanks!
     
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    reduced

    reduced
     
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    Are the prices of these going to go up also after I stake my claim?
     
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    grandin (32) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    hmmm

    hmmm ... its all about making money i am sure buyers of my domains make gains..... in fact who was the buyer of individual health insurance .co.uk for £1k ...seo company just offered me £1800 via sedo........ sedo hadnt removed at the point...... probably worth £3k to end user.......

    therefore lets just agree ...... you ignore my posts and i dont sell to you...and we are all happy
     
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    I agree, it's about making money. This might come as a surprise to you, but people buy your domains to make money from them... be it developing, selling them or otherwise. We don't buy them because they look pretty... I am truly sorry that a domain name I've bought from you is now worth more than when I bought it. I'll make sure to devalue every domain I purchase here on in as not to offend the original seller...

    Regardless, you set prices for domains, people offer to pay them prices and then you change them. If I walk into Tesco to buy a £1.30 load of bread, I want to pay £1.30 at the checkout, not be told I have to pay £5.00 because they have already sold a lot of bread at £1.30 today. Your justification is completely ridiculous.

    Here's an idea, if you don't want to sell domains at £15 each - don't list them.

    Anyway, perhaps you should take some time to consider the bigger picture when conducting business. You might make a few extra quid in sales with your slight price increase but at the end of the day, you've risked your whole credibility as a seller over £60 worth of domains. If a single person doesn't buy a domain from you in future as a result of your actions here then you've cost yourself money.

    I won't be opening your threads anymore and I'd encourage any buyer considering one of your domains to not take your prices too seriously.
     
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