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Do they sell names?

I sent them an email inquiring how much they wanted for a name but got no reponse.

Anyone bought anything from them?
 
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Anyone bought anything from them? - Yes - We work with them. They will sell domains just need to make sure that your first offer is a good one. No low ball offers as they just will not return your inquiry. Good luck - Steve
 

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Thanks Steve.. I didn't make an offer on the name as I am looking at several possible names & will buy the one that is best suited at the price.
 

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Steve. I was doing a search on these guys tonight and stumbled on this thread in Google. I have never known of anyone in this biz who has bought a name from Name Administration Inc. if you have had success in that regard I would be interested in hearing about it. I understand they are well respected in the industry but have not had any luck contacting them.
 

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Chaiki said:
Steve. I was doing a search on these guys tonight and stumbled on this thread in Google. I have never known of anyone in this biz who has bought a name from Name Administration Inc. if you have had success in that regard I would be interested in hearing about it. I understand they are well respected in the industry but have not had any luck contacting them.
Hi - We speak with them about every week - Good friends and very nice folks. We never share any details on domain transactions with any one - so sorry can not help you with that. What thread? Steve
 

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URLCollection said:
Hi - We speak with them about every week - Good friends and very nice folks.

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In the past I emailed Name Admin several times either with offers or asking for a price. All my emails were ignored, inlcuding multiple attempts on one name I liked.

Nice folks do not ingore emails. :-D

I have no personal experience with them although they do have some names I would love to buy in the near future. Even Ultsearch will respond if he realizes you are a serious buyer.
 

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Nice folks do not ingore emails. :-D

I have no personal experience with them although they do have some names I would love to buy in the near future. Even Ultsearch will respond if he realizes you are a serious buyer.
Some "nice folks" are just too busy either building their business or counting their money to answer what maybe 100's of emails a day. If they liked what you were saying I am sure they would write back - Steve
 

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Some "nice folks" are just too busy either building their business or counting their money to answer

Gee, taking this a little personally aren't we? Don't understand why when these comments have nothing to do with you whatsoever??

We all know that you are "powerful member" of the "secret domain society", and that you are one of the "rare souls" who is "privileged enough" to shoot shit on a weekly basis with all the majors: Name Administration, DigiMedia, Reflex, BD... but I think you should stop acting like their "attorney" in every instance of their names being mentioned on these forums.

Some people have their own impressions and opinions about certain people and things, based on their own experience, and that is their prerogative. Allow them that much.
 

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Let's remember to keep the conversation civil. You can certainly make the point without making it personal.
 

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cappuccino said:
Gee, taking this a little personally aren't we? Don't understand why when these comments have nothing to do with you whatsoever??

We all know that you are "powerful member" of the "secret domain society", and that you are one of the "rare souls" who is "privileged enough" to shoot shit on a weekly basis with all the majors: Name Administration, DigiMedia, Reflex, BD... but I think you should stop acting like their "attorney" in every instance of their names being mentioned on these forums.

Some people have their own impressions and opinions about certain people and things, based on their own experience, and that is their prerogative. Allow them that much.
Cap - I was answering an inquiry that was directed to us. I answered it and that was it. Lets try this again, real slow for you - Can you imagine how many emails a firm with 150K+ domains recieves on a daily basis? I suppose you can not. Well it is substantial. What are you talking about "a secret society"? I though you were not all there when you went off on Duke and Monte a few weeks ago over closed domain sales repeately and now I know why I thought that. Takes no special talent to work with these folks but mostly it starts with honesty and maybe a large pocket full of change? You need to back off and attempt to mind your own business a bit more, I think. I would suggest you do that as soon as possible for the sake of all of us. Steve
 

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large pocket full of change? You need to back off and attempt to mind your own business a bit more, I think. I would suggest you do that as soon as possible for the sake of all of us. Steve

Since you have nothing better to do tonight than to drag another topic into this conversation, maybe you should (real slow) re-read the quoted thread and realize that I didn't have an issue with Duke, but with some of the Monte's practices.

More to the the issue at hand, nobody ever asked you why these people ignore solicitations, it was simply stated that they do. Somehow you find offence to that, as in how dare we should ever expect them to respond to potential buyers (or any other inquiries - see the link below).

More to the point, I give them right not to respond to any e-mails if that's how they choose to conduct themselves > http://www.opensrs.org/archives/bizops-list/0304/0026.html but don't try to tell me that's normal way to conduct any business, online or off.

In any case, whatever.
 

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Steve sorry to stir a hornets nest here. I typed 'nameadmininc' looking for info at google and this thread to our own dnforum was listed as number one. I had not previously read it and hence the question. You had said you bought a name and I have not previously heard of anyone who has bought a name from Name Administration Inc. As I understand they do not sell anything I had heard they buy and hold for future development, they are in the Cayman Islands thats all i know so I just wondered what name.
 

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Cap seems to be correct in many of his views on some domainers IMO (nothing critical about Duke of course).

P.S. I do tend to agree with a lot of stuff Cap has said over the past few mos though it is of course somewhat controversial.
 

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Those were interesting cases and great victories John, Congrats to you and NameAdmin. Your amazing work on behalf of your clients is quite impressive as always.

Regarding NameAdmin ignoring many email offers I guess when they are busy counting the assets and money you don't have much time to send replies!
 

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Chaiki said:
they are in the Cayman Islands thats all i know so I just wondered what name.
I doubt they are run from the Caymans. Tax shelter? Legal shelter?
 

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Sometimes, one wonders why one is being asked.... Absoutley John - The whole point is that if someone is interested in what you have to say, I am sure they would respond. Impossible to write to every email recieved in a day for most of us. I am sure if we were to write GE and ask them if we can buy GE.COM that we just might never get a reply as well? Take care - Steve
 

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A couple of years ago "Name Admin Inc"'s address was here in San Diego. I went to the address to ask about buying a name, but it was a small 4-unit apartment building. I guess he/they really do exist if John has met him/them.
 
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