Buying domain from hugedomains

Started by AmarInfotech, Nov 02, 2022, 01:34 AM

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Greetings fellow members of the forum. I would like to inquire about anyone's experience with purchasing a domain from hugedomains. Specifically, my client is interested in a .com domain that has been estimated at around $3k by this company, whereas it is available for free in other domains such as .pro and .org. Though the reasons for the inflated estimate are unclear, my client is adamant about obtaining this particular domain.

I have a few questions regarding the reliability of hugedomains as sellers, and I am curious about their trading channels. If any of you have had experience with them, I would greatly appreciate your input. Additionally, I am hoping to negotiate a lower price for my client.

On a side note, I believe it is important to consider the value of a domain name in today's digital age, and the impact it can have on a business or brand.


It would be advisable for the client to abandon the idea of acquiring this domain. In my opinion, the matter is straightforward.

I find it puzzling when people make offers for a specific domain but demand a much lower price than what has been estimated. They justify their stance by citing reasons like the domain not being worth that much or it being of inferior quality. If it is too expensive, then they should consider other domains instead.

Writing to Hugo and attempting to negotiate a lower price within reasonable limits may yield results, but one must be prepared for the possibility of the price tag increasing instead.

I recall an incident from personal experience where a friend expressed interest in a domain from Hugedomains' .com store that was also priced at several thousand dollars. Upon investigation, the domain was discovered to be entirely free. It was quickly acquired for a mere $9 without any issues. Since then, I have regarded Hugedomains as a peculiar vendor.

It is always essential to exercise caution and thorough research before making any purchases, especially when it comes to valuable assets such as domain names.