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"Not Happy Jan..."

Discussion in 'Netfleet.com.au' started by Kaiser77, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. Kaiser77

    Kaiser77 Membership: Community

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    I recently purchased a domain on NF and haven't been able to reach the seller/current registrant to complete the transaction.

    Not happy Jan.

    Will give it one more day.

    K77.
     
  2. johno69

    johno69 Membership: VIP

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    Then what?
     
  3. soj

    soj Founder

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    Same thing happened to me, was a ripper domain, I accepted his full asking price, and the only details were an email, no name or phone number. Tried contacting, no luck, so I checked the whois and emailed that address, only to be told that it wasn't that person and wanting 5 times more! I wasn't happy at all!!!
     
  4. payattention

    payattention Archived Member

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    Is the seller legally bound to sell if they accept your bid as final? I thought that sort of thing was binding in the same manner it is on eBay. Of course, pursuing it further isn't worth it in 95% of cases but I'm sure there are exceptions to this.
     
  5. DnEbook

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    only the old folk remember that commercial , it does suck to think that you settle on a good domain and then that happens , i can't remember but i thought it was considered legally binding when sold via netfleet

    surely david will let us know