Domain I want is listed on Various Resellers - Which should I do??

Big Zee

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Hi,

I hope you can give me some advice about a premium domain I wish to secure. I have searched all the main sellers and found that it is on the following websites, with these states:

domainnamesales.com - "Accepting Offers" "has been listed for sale by the owner"

afternic.com - Make Offer $5,000 min

sedo.com "Is for Sale Make Offer" (Strangely here though as well as appearing in the main search result as "make offer", it is also in a box on the right hand side headed "Contact Us to Aquire These Domains" - along with a few domains that I already own (and I am not selling or listing) - This seems odd that it would appear with names that have not been listed or for sale.

My question are:

1/. Is this domain really being marketed for sale by the owner? - The Sedo thing seems odd.

2/. Which of these services would you recommend I use to try and get the domain?

3/. How accurate do people generally find the min offers? - IE in this case its $5,000 on afternic which I may be able to stretch to, but I have heard that sometimes people add a low min offer and then ask for something ridiculous.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Thanks
 

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Maybe go with Afternic. make a 5K offer, or 10 if you think it increases your chances.
 

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Just to add some info, it is possible that on sedo for example, someone had listed the domain there and now a new owner has it so you make an offer and the real owner isn't notified.
Have you checked whois?
 
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