Domain Obituary: When the other party won’t honor the domain agreement

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Today we’re rolling out a new service for all domainers who have been duped or were given the run-around by a domain buyer (or seller) who would not honor the domain agreement, eventually.

If you’re sick and tired of being ignored by the other party who made a deal on a sales venue, e.g. on Sedo or Domain Name Sales, and then fell off the face of the earth, we have a solution for you.

Send us the agreement particulars, and as long as 15 days have passed since the deal ended with no payment or any other communication, we will declare that person officially “dead”.

The Domain Obituary for that person will serve as a record of their reputation being buried, unless they come up with the money – or the domainwithin a week, thus honoring the initial domain agreement “post mortem”.

Until they fulfill the agreement, their name and information related to the particular transaction will remain in our Domain Obituary, a reminder of how it all ended.

There is no fee for this service, and we’d like to help you restore the deal that has gone “dead”. Email us your case for consideration, at rip @ dοmaingang dοt cοm.

 


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4 Responses to “Domain Obituary: When the other party won’t honor the domain agreement”
  1. Zem says:

    Actually this is a great idea. Lots of scumbugs do this sort of thing on sedo and tdnam and namejet. It would be great to put some heat on them!

  2. DomainGang says:

    Zem – That’s great, let me know if we could help. 😀

  3. Ms Domainer says:

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    I love this idea!

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  4. DomainGang says:

    Ms Domainer – Thank you, let me know if you have any domain obituaries for us to announce. 😀

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