Kayat to me
More options Jan 5 (6 days ago)
Our small software company is based in Norway
We work as contractors of one bofg company and don't sell anything online.
So we don't have a site.
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From: W Leong
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Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: WHYPAYBILLS.COM (sent 01/02/06)
Alright, I can make one exception here. However, I need to establish your credential first before we negotiate further. Please provide the following:
1. Your ebay user account
2. Your company details. I am not able to look up Back End Software Engineering. As a software house I presume you have your own email and website.
3. You office contact no where I can reach you.
I hope you understand the need to establish this trust before I invest in the appraisal. Hope to hear from you soon.
On 1/4/06, Kayat <email@example.com> wrote:
I need a proof (independent valuation) that your price is fair. I hope you
understand the importance of this question.
Domain sellers always provide buyers with certificates. This is a common
I heard many appraisal companies often made inaccurate appraisals. So I
cannot accept appraisal from each and every site. I will only accept
appraisals from independent appraisal companies I know and trust.
Reading responses from experienced sellers I was impressed by one reply:
"Many Internet users are not smart enough and popular domain brokers are
using this fact to make money. They offer them cheap appraisal services. But
if their customers would have something in their heads they'd understand
experts could not make a professional research for $15-$20. These appraisals
are made by machines. Easy money for such appraisers as
and several other major brokers that offer cheap
auto-generated appraisals. In my eyes, all services under $50-$55 are not
manual and the results are generated by special scripts. I don't trust
The same is true for GoDaddy and SEDO. Their services are not manual. They
are just collecting money using their well-known names.
Thank you for understanding. I'm looking forward to do business with you.