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Discussion in 'Domain Name Offers Invited' started by cmrule, Jul 17, 2011.

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  1. cmrule Spain

    cmrule Active Member

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    I have bitten the bullet and decided to put this domain name up for sale.
    I am open to offers either through here or via private messages.

    Thanks for looking :)
     
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    £200 valid until midnight tonight :)
     
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    £250.

    Valid until someone makes a higher offer.
     
  5. cmrule Spain

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    Thanks guys,
    Any more for any more?

    Some facts to whet your appetite:

    • Social games are the fastest growing segment of the gaming market with revenues projected to exceed $1 billion in 2011 and to be in excess of $5 billion by 2015.
    • Set to become a billion dollar industry, the sector is attracting strong marketing investment, from small and medium-sized companies through to blue chips and large multinationals. Just some of the companies who have already invested in this emerging new area include McDonald's, 7- Eleven, Volvo, MTV and Disney.
    • The three biggest social games developers in the market are Zynga, Playfish and Playdom

    There we go, mini sales pitch over ;)
     
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    sold
     
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    boxfish (19) Active Member Trusted Trader

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    cmrule,

    pm'd details, please send invoice

    thanks
     
  9. cmrule Spain

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    Sold

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    BIN offer received at 01:42:18 PM through private message. The buyer didn’t post sold here though.

    Thanks for the other offers. I don’t know if admin can verify this to assure everyone? I don’t think I have helped things by sending confusing emails!!
    Sorry Boxfish.
     
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    boxfish (19) Active Member Trusted Trader

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    Sending me a PM saying you had a higher offer by PM 15 minutes before my 'offer', followed by posting saying you had a BIN by PM an hour before mine just looks a little suspect to me, never mind though. :rolleyes:
     
  11. cmrule Spain

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    Yes, my emails weren't very helpful.
    I didn't say
    . Not sure where that hour bit came from.
    I had a PM 15 minutes prior to yours that was a BIN offer.

    I can assure you the only dodgy thing going on here is my ablity to multi task :p
     
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    boxfish (19) Active Member Trusted Trader

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    I posted sold at 2:44:16PM


    You then posted

    That is where the hour came from - as the time of the PM was ~1 hour before my post

    Not sure where you are getting 15 minutes from.

    Anyway, I'm pretty happy this was just down to poor communication, rather than anything untoward so no worries.
     
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    wb (35) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    On a related note, which isn't directed at any particular member in this thread, I think all those involved in buying/selling domains (or anything at all for that matter) should do some reading up on the contract law principles of 'offers' compared to 'invitations to treat'.
     
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    Bailey (18) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    Indeed WB. But, in fairness not many understand the application of "law-of-contract" and in day-to-day dealings don't need to. I doubt many have ever thought of a "price label on goods" as an invitation to make an offer and nothing more
     
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