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Domain Agents:
This is Robert, I'm with DomainAgents.com, a domain brokerage.
Are you the current owner of XXXXXXXX.ca ? We have been contacted by a client who is interested in buying the domain name.

Thank you,


Robert
Negotiation Liaison, DomainAgents Platform Inc.
Web: DomainAgents.com Email: Robert@DomainAgents.com
Phone: +1 (917) 720-3731 Skype: rw_wallace


Mapledots:
The client can fill this out
MapleDots | Inquiry


Frank


DomainAgents:
Hello,


DomainAgents is a Domain negotiation platform; Our buyer has made an opening offer of $200 USD for the XXXXXXXX.ca domain name . If their opening offer isn't what you would consider, you can take this chance to leave a counter offer or leave a comment for the buyer to review; this is a great time to let the buyer know your expectations!

If you'd prefer to respond directly, you can do so on DomainAgents.com through the link below; or I can enter a response for you.

DomainAgents



We use Escrow.com to complete transfers. There is no cost to sell a domain through DomainAgents; the buyer is responsible for covering the DomainAgents fee, as well as the Escrow.com fee. All offers on our platform are legally binding.



Let me know if I can help!

Best,

Robert

DomainAgents.com


MapleDots:
Please don't bother me anymore




Asking price on the domain is: Offers over 15K
 
We use Escrow.com to complete transfers. There is no cost to sell a domain through DomainAgents; the buyer is responsible for covering the DomainAgents fee, as well as the Escrow.com fee. All offers on our platform are legally binding.

They also seem to forget that I set the policy not them, I am the domain owner and I asked for my inquiry form to be filled out
 
My domain resolves to a lander asking for offers over 15k

Any agent that comes in with a starting offer of 200 bucks is wasting my time and I don't want to talk to them.

How can you be a serious broker and so undervalue a domain, how could he not advise his client that this is a poor way to open negotiations?
 
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My domain resolves to a lander asking for offers over 15k

Any agent that comes in with a starting offer of 200 bucks is wasting my time and I don't want to talk to them.

Obviously, and that's the entire thread I sent you. Here is my final comment:

It was just a lowballer wasting $20 in order to circumvent my minimum bid on Dan/GD/Afternic with a very, very, very low 3-figure offer.
 
One of those companies, but call themselves Brokers. Honestly, it is all because one can purchase a credit for very cheap, unlike the $120 Godaddy charges, people use their "platform" to send some strange offers. I don't get any excited when I see an offer from them, and I get quite a few.
 

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