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Tedgeman

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Domains are at Namespro.ca, and I will do a push, if you have a Namespro account. I will not transfer to a different register, you can do that on your own time.
AGAIN, DO NOT purchase these domains without a Namespro account to push them in, a push is free, any other cost are your responsiblity.
These domains are expiring so transfer them quickly, if you fail to do so, the domains will be gone, along with your cash, NO Refunds!

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Thank you. Please push as soon as you can.
 
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I swore i saw JYS NameFox... did you read it correctly?
 

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I am almost positive it was JYS - but you can always check what he edited in his initial post.
 

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No worries, you guys, I was busy yesterday,lol
The ball is in motion...
I,m surprised that no one wants any of the other domains, you Dnfers always keep me guessing.
 

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All complete Dropwizard, still not hearing from Namespro on your renewal Namefox can you check on it.
 

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Thanks all I,ll be closing this thread soon, cheers.
I imagine most of these domain above will get picked up in the drop, weird :)
 

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Yes, I got my domain. Thanks T for your attention to this.
 

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Well, there were a few stealth buyers, who picked up a couple more. Take one last look guys this thread is about to wrap up. Thanks to ll who paid for a few :)
 

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I imagine most of these domain above will get picked up in the drop, weird :)

Yes, it's really weird. It appears to be next to impossible to sell so many names on the forums and other venues for say $25 or $50 but many of the same names will get quickly picked up by Snapnames or others on the drop for more money than asked on the forum. I guess it is one of life's mysteries.

P.S. For example, I once let a group of 65 related names drop since they had no income or traffic after owning them for 8 years. I could not sell even one of them on the forums or on my website for prices as low as $15. However, they were rapidly picked up on the drops for a much higher cost. In fact, I think all of them were taken on the drops going from a 0% batting average to 100%.
 
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Yes, it's really weird. It appears to be next to impossible to sell so many names on the forums and other venues for say $25 or $50 but many of the same names will get quickly picked up by Snapnames or others on the drop for more money than asked on the forum. I guess it is one of life's mysteries.

P.S. For example, I once let a group of 65 related names drop since they had no income or traffic after owning them for 8 years. I could not sell even one of them on the forums or on my website for prices as low as $15. However, they were rapidly picked up on the drops for a much higher cost. In fact, I think all of them were taken on the drops going from a 0% batting average to 100%.

There is a good reason why somewhat marginal domains do not sell but instead go with a back order - if you consider the prices of some back order services, it can be cheaper to go that way rather than pay for a domain and then a transfer or renewal, since most people wait until the bitter end to consider selling.

Another reason is simply that the limited number of business to business buyers is a smaller pool than the people who watch drop lists.
 
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