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Is 250$ high for a low profile inactive domain?
are you going to make an offer of $250? The problem tends to be that selling domains is time consuming and a hassle. I wouldn't sell one for less than $1000 just because it's not work my time.
^ I will give you £150 an a tea-drenched macbook pro
what's so hard about it...never done it.
depends on the domain name?
the price is really up to you...It's worth what you'll pay for it. How bad do you want/need it?
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you tryin to buy newstoday.com?
i snatched one up through a bidding site for $50...but i had to wait and wait
the domain is for sale at Sedo. So it's safe and all?
I use a .org for site for a while now, and I'm fine with it. But now the .com is available for sale for 250$... don't need it but it might be a good call to buy it.
I would buy it, it's not expensive in second-hand domain market terms.
SEDO is safe, I have bought and sold there. It can take a few weeks from payment to transfer, that's normal—I think their policy is to hold on to customer money for as long as they can, they should have millions in escrow money at any given time.
i've just recently purchased two domains through sedo for quite a bit more than $250. one transfer took about 2 weeks, the other a little over a month.
just know that when you make your offer on sedo, (if it's not a buy it now price) the seller then has the option of giving you the finger and using your offer amount as the starting bid for an auction that'll last a week. that happened with the first domain i got on there, but luckily it's a very niche name that nobody else saw valuable enough to get in a bidding war over.
Check again. The domain you want is for sale for 250 EUR, that's 336 USD.