I got an inquiry for a 4 letter first name .org domain name. I quoted a high 4-figure price and never heard back. I believe my price was appropriate for the domain name if you consider it is short, a common first name and was registered in 1999.
After a few days I send a reminder email:
Any further thoughts on this ****?
The buyer sent this reply:
If it were $8 maybe I would have thoughts
Sorry, but I could not help myself so I replied:
get that $8 and buy reality magazine.
And his reply was:
I have a subscription already though
I didn’t continue with this any more. Of course the name of the “buyer” was the same with the domain name and he was probably goofing around when bored.
People must understand that domain name owners are not GoDaddy in 1999. If you are a buyer and you have a $8 budget just go to GoDaddy (in 2016) and register an available domain name. Stop wasting people’s time.
Many such offers are from confused buyers that think the DNS/Uniregistry offer page is that of a registrar, so they offer basic registration prices. I don’t bother responding to such numbers, they get deleted right away. Other times, the previous owner wants the domain back, at prices they paid annually. These are given a reality check with a number in the four figure range.
😀 Funny yeah. And such mentality of people don’t understand and won’t understand in future as well.
$8 what a bargin lol i am selling dcks.com at moment anyone interested it will be more than $8 lol
I’d have replied him that with $8 he can buy some toilet paper … lol 😀
Those are “trolls” who have no idea of domain value …
On a different note, we have just purchased a nice keyword .org, from 1998, you own the .us for it … damn, you own a lot of .us names! … even cappuccino.us … 😉