Received an offer from sedo

Started by Movut, Aug 03, 2022, 05:10 AM

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Please advise how best to proceed in that situation.
I received a notification that an offer of 100 USD was received at sedo. At the same time, the price tag for the domain hangs at 433 USD.
As I understand, the commission for the sedo is huge and it makes no sense to sell for 100, can it be sent to the auction (it seems there is such a button) or respond with an offer for the same 433 USD? Or maybe remove the price tag altogether and try to increase the counteroffer?

Thanks for your comments.

ps. domain in the .info zone (three-character)


The auction is a lottery, with a greater degree of probability there will be no rates. On the other hand, the Germans appreciate .info domains.
Try to send a counter offer within reason, $350 somewhere, bargain first, you need to find out the maximum budget of the buyer, then decide to send it to the auction or sell right away without killing the week.


If I were you, I'd stick with the $433 price tag. If the buyer is interested in the domain, he will buy for this price as well.