DosOsos.com inquiry

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Dear joseph,

An inquiry was made for your domain DosOsos.com. Here are the details:

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Comments: Hello! I'd like to purchase dososos.com if you are interested in parting with it. Look forward to hearing from you!
I asked them what their offer is, and what they plan on doing with it.

This is a 1995 registered domain name. It means Two bears in Spanish.
 

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Good luck,

Do you always ask what is the buyer intends to do with your domain?

Are you the one who registered this domain back in 1995?
 

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Good luck,

Do you always ask what is the buyer intends to do with your domain?

Are you the one who registered this domain back in 1995?
I bought the domain name in auction.

No, but considering the field it is being used for can help with negotiations. Example if Microsoft or Google came looking for a domain name, would you not want to have the top price for it? Example, this one (geo) or dososostimberworks.com (construction company)
 

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No, but considering the field it is being used for can help with negotiations. Example if Microsoft or Google came looking for a domain name, would you not want to have the top price for it? Example, this one (geo) or dososostimberworks.com (construction company)
Smart, I would have skipped that part... Actually, it is important to know the buyer's authority. You adapt your price accordingly. You also try to guess how much they are willing to pay for that particular domain.

Thank you for your answers.
 
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Good luck,

Do you always ask what is the buyer intends to do with your domain?

Are you the one who registered this domain back in 1995?
Do you always ask what is the buyer intends to do with your domain?
I bought the domain name in auction.

No, but considering the field it is being used for can help with negotiations. Example if Microsoft or Google came looking for a domain name, would you not want to have the top price for it? Example, this one (geo) or dososostimberworks.com (construction company)