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Question I have... How do I find a site that is at a iPage address? Looking forward for any comment. Another question on my mind: Got an offer for.

Www.ezune.com.

For 60 pound..

Counter offered it for 6000 $ (no currency misstakes).

Won't sell it for 60 pounds..

Comments (15)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

I'm not taken this as criticism. and they all may offer what they want..

And maybe when he offered 90 pound I would take it, but i'm not in a hurry to sell this name, therefor I counter offered so high..

For all I now this is mickeysoft trying to get cheap zune domains..

Greetz to you all...

Comment #2

No doubt, but an offer is an offer ... means someone is watching..

Comment #3

From the thread, the message for me is recently zune capture more public attention...see, I have one zune name, but today I found someone regged it's .net version.....

Y06 we have zune, we have blook, and we also have wii..let's see which one will get better performance :-)..

Comment #4

Anyone can bid @ Sedo, it's free, so you'll get lowballed allll the time. Get used to it. haha..

Comment #5

If "Mickeysoft" is so cheap that they will take time to actually go to Sedo and place a low-ball offer on a TM-infringing name, then Zune is destined to fail. In all likelihood, it wasn't them. If they get an itch for eZune.com, they will simply dispute your registration and/or sue you for it...

Comment #6

No harm with lowballers, and therefore no harm in highballing back..

However, posting details regarding your negotiation - not as keen. What if microsoft or someone else was willing to pay more than $6k, googles the name, and you've tipped your hat..

Or a million and one other problems with posting details such as this (Think MSFT might need some ready evidence that you are looking to sell for xyz price?). Just my .02, of course...

Comment #7

I like all offers low ball or not.

Good luck, I hope you make many sales..

Comment #8

Agreed. And some people apply their own cultural aspects of commerce onto transactions as well. That doesn't hold true all the time but we must remember some people thrive on getting a deal. Don't take a lowball personal or as an insult to your HostGator - it's just business. Retort with your counter-offer and see what happens. Better some interest than no interest at all - and considering it is a TM issue name you never know when microsoft may come looking for it for free...

Comment #9

I see domains with tm issues all the time on sedo with bids for them too..

Comment #10

Ok... I see folks speed, do coke, lie on taxes, and a 1,000,001 other illegal things every day - so does that mean it's right?.

Not drawing a comparison between those actions and bidding/selling a TM issue domain, but merely trying to point out that just because you can find others engaging in some practice does not indicate the morality or lack thereof of a certain action..

-Allan..

Comment #11

Not drawing a comparison between those actions and bidding/selling a TM issue domain, but merely trying to point out that just because you can find others engaging in some practice does not indicate the morality or lack thereof of a certain action..

-Allan.

A very true point; one of the reason I hate TMers - almost as much as I hate warez sites!..

Comment #12

I would take that offer. It's a pretty good offer...

Comment #13

Well I've come to accept that we will all get low offers on our names. Think about it, it's very nice that someone was interested enough to take the time to make the offer and also it looks good when you have bids...

Comment #14

Get used to it, Its a public bidding at sedo...

Comment #15

That is a lil hook with a lil bread on it, trying to see if you can bite.

Be careful fishers are all around hehehe.

Tv..

Comment #16


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.