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click55

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Once again, purchases in this thread must total at least $25. Please select a second name or withdraw your claim to Sumpter.net.
Just edited my post to add one more 2 mins before your post......
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Due to misunderstanding consider my offer for
04/22 NetSol Sumpter.net $15.00
04/10 NetSol i-Skiing.com $12.50
VOID
Sorry for the delay but I have been waiting for your answer at my PM until 1 hour ago.
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click55, do not post sold, and then not buy.

Seller says: "when he posted "SOLD" in the thread yesterday, I took the names off of the board at multiple forums. Thereafter, others who might have bought them could no longer do so."

That's the problem it causes.

Warning issued.
 

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Thank you, GD.

Current sales and availability have now been updated. As indicated by the mod's post, sumpter.net and i-skiing.com have been returned to the sale and remain available for purchase.

This sale ends today. Last call.

Thanks to those of you who have purchased names and conducted yourselves professionally.
 

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04/16 Dotster FabulousOnlineCasino.com $12.50
05/19 Dotster UK-Online-Casino.net $12.50

SOLD

Please provide payment instructions.
 

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click55, do not post sold, and then not buy.
Seller says: "when he posted "SOLD" in the thread yesterday, I took the names off of the board at multiple forums. Thereafter, others who might have bought them could no longer do so."
That's the problem it causes.
Warning issued.
1)He didnt took off the name here.

2)A sale is considered valid when conditions are respected, he stated here :

"Once renewed, names which have already expired cannot be pushed or transferred for 60 days. In the interim, seller will enter your registrant data and point them to your designated name servers."

But he PMed me after i post sold :

"For the sake of clarity, please know that names which have expired and are then renewed cannot be transfered for 60 days. Nor, for security reasons, can I modify the registrant data while they remain in my NetSol account. Nevertheless, in the interim, I will be pleased to change the nameservers for you."

I wasnt interested in buying just nameservers
Btw I dont know about NetSol rules, I bought many expired domains at other registrars and they have been transferred to me instantly, afterward I toke care of renewals, lot easier than this.
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1)He didnt took off the name here.

2)A sale is considered valid when conditions are respected, he stated here :

"Once renewed, names which have already expired cannot be pushed or transferred for 60 days. In the interim, seller will enter your registrant data and point them to your designated name servers."

But he PMed me after i post sold :

"For the sake of clarity, please know that names which have expired and are then renewed cannot be transfered for 60 days. Nor, for security reasons, can I modify the registrant data while they remain in my NetSol account. Nevertheless, in the interim, I will be pleased to change the nameservers for you."

I wasnt interested in buying just nameservers
Btw I dont know about NetSol rules, I bought many expired domains at other registrars and they have been transferred to me instantly, afterward I toke care of renewals, lot easier than this.
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Click55, you should have been bright enough to leave well enough alone. I spared you the embrassment of publicly shaming you, but you just had to push the envelope! And in doing so, you posted a contrived excuse which you had never before referenced in our transmittals ... and one which no other buyer had a problem with, because they are experienced enough to have known that expired domain renewals cannot be transferred for 60 days. Furthermore, in each instance, that courtesy disclaimer preceeded the transmittal of payments.

Now that you've crapped in my sales thread, let's share the REAL REASON you did not complete the sale, verbatim, from the PM I received from you this morning:

Originally Posted by click55
I am sorry but I think I misunderstood your thread, I apologize but at the moment I cannot afford that much....
I hope this isnt a problem for you.
I always honor my contract and I thought those 2 domains werent among the ones needing to pay for renew.
Actually I have real money probs, I won a ticket to Seattler roundtable at Sedo contest and cant afford to fly there :-(
If you dont mind I wish to backup from the purchase.
Let me know.
Again my apologies.
Regards
Beppe
This seemingly contrite PM was followed by "LOL" threats to post negative feedback.

It's not about the lousy 45 bucks, fella. I care more about the wasted time and unnecessary aggravation. What it IS about is adhering to perhaps the most cardinal rule of sales forum conduct. You claim it, you bought it.

If you don't have the financial wherewithal to complete a whopping $45 purchase -- in which you posted "SOLD" in the thread AND reinforced thereafter via PM -- you should consider finding another hobby.

I suggest you leave it at that, without further comment.
 
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