DomainNameSales: Need advice.

Started by JSImediaJS123, Jul 12, 2022, 11:24 AM

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A month ago, a request was received through a broker.
We placed the price, and buyer was indignant at the price (not that much price) and rudely giveы offense the broker.
As a result: buyer's email is marked in red "The inquirer's email address is unsubscribed.", but the status still "Negotiation, broker sent msg".

Then I had to intervene and get in touch with the buyer, we understood each other and came to a mutual compromise. now he is going to buy domain.
What do I need to do? Should I conduct a deal on my own or do I need to notify the broker and go through them?


The broker takes money for the sale of the domain, i.e. when he wrote the letter and closed the deal by negotiating with the buyer on your terms.
In this case, he did not close the deal, which means he did not earn a commission. If they write to me via whois, that I also have to unfasten the parking commission?


I moved all my domains from Sedo to DomainNameSales [nofollow] for several reasons:

Firstly, monetization is better, and much better (at least in my case)
Secondly, in my opinion, they have more catchy pages for parked domain names, especially pages with information about the sale of the domain.
Thirdly, there are brokers who can help sell the domain name, or advise the price.
Fourth, the platform was originally made by a Shilling for itself. It was impossible to get there before. I thought so, since he was doing this platform for his beloved, then it's probably a good thing.
Fifthly, unlike Sedo, where you can't understand who wants to buy your domain name, all possible information about the buyer is displayed on DNS.
Sixth, unlike Sedo, if you sell your domains yourself, then the commission there is either 3%, or 7%, 12.5%, if your domains are sold by their brokers.
The reasons, in principle, are much more, these are the main ones.

I signed up as soon as they opened to the public, that is, in October 2012, in my opinion. As far as I know, they also accept hyphens, and not only premium domain names. The most important thing is that there are no TM domains.