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Discussion in 'Newbies' started by findtim, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. findtim

    findtim Membership: VIP

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    just posting i have had a smooth trade on a few domains with a dnt member ( i was the buyer ) this weekend, if they choose to post its up to them but everything was seemless so i just thought i'd post the process we used for newbies.

    i got a PM from him last week offering the domains which he knew i would be interested in.
    i replied i felt the price was fair so i didn't bother BS bargaining, call me silly but when i actually DO say its over priced then people believe me its true to ME.
    he sent me an invoice with his account details
    i did an internet transfer to his account
    once he got the money he sent me the Auth codes
    then i did COR via NF simple :)

    i've done a few deals with this member so it just shows that good easy deals can be done via DNT.

    sorry, can't name names.

    tim
     
  2. DnEbook

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    why would you pollute the sales section with this?
     
  3. findtim

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    well were does it belong? we talked about this at the xmas party where we wanted to promote members trading well together.

    tell me what section it belongs in and i'll have it moved

    i was trying to help as there have been recent posts on "how to"

    tim
     
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  4. DnEbook

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    Mate this is for sales ......i am guessing anywhere but here, resources/success stories ?

    I hate commenting in sales threads but as but of the learning process for the newbies i am posting to show this is a sales section, congrats on your sales tim
     
  5. johno69

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    Newbies?
     
  6. chris

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    Thread moved.
     
  7. DnEbook

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    'but as PART of the learning process' ........ i hate seeing something i can't fix later on
     
  8. findtim

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    what you do spacey is take all the heat on your gramma for months on end and then say F it, then keep doing typos :D

    that was my tactic

    tim :)
     
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    Thanks Tim for taking the time to make a note of the basics. I guess what seems like a common everyday thing you many of you can be a complete mystery and minefield for someone starting out.

    So going on from this...what are Authority codes and where do they come from?
     
  10. findtim

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    the authority code is the password for the domain, once you have it you are IN CONTROL of the domain , its only handed over once payment is made.

    more info: ask google

    tim