Official: Francois remains aboard the Domaining.com ship

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Francois of Domaining.com did something wrong with his croissant today.

Francois of Domaining.com keeps the connection alive.

C’est officiel: Francois Carrillo, the French entrepreneur that operates Domaining.com, remains as the captain of the ship.

In a statement sent earlier today, Francois is apologetic for declaring the domain as sold too early; an alleged buyer vanished in thin air.

Instead, Francois is having a partnership in the works, with an important company in the domain industry:

“Today I announce: The captain stays aboard!

I started serious discussions for a partnership with a company that most know and appreciate in the domain space. They do not want their identity disclosed while it’s not official, apparently it should take few weeks to make it happen. 

This has given me a very positive energy and I hope to bring new features to domaining.com so it continues to be the place all domainers love to visit daily. 

Thanks for all who have shown their support and interest these past weeks.  TGIF!  Francois”

Of course, we know who this company is, but promised to Francois that it won’t be disclosed. 😉


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6 Responses to “Official: Francois remains aboard the Domaining.com ship”
  1. Neil says:

    TRANSLATION: Because no one has come close to offering me the extravagant type of money that I am looking for, I have decided to take offers of partnership and coincidentally I have just received such an offer so if any of you want to make me a better offer so I can renig on the original offer then do it now before I announce the new very important partner.
    Even though I have accepted the offer it may disappear quicker than Lord Lucan do you never know.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Neil – If you have any concrete facts that back up this incredulous claim I’d like to see them. Until then, I’ll consider your comment to be yet another paramount example of domain industry jealousy. Have a nice day sir.

  3. Let’s call things with their name: the sale failed.
    He stated he was selling Domaining.com to raise cash for other business initiatives.
    As far as I see, he was not able to find any buyer willing to pay his asking price …
    I’ve already commented in details on this case in TheDomains.com thread “Breaking: Domaining.com Is NOT Sold, Yet”.
    Let’s see who the partner is … I think I know why DomainGang knows it … 😉

  4. DomainGang says:

    Andrea – I only know because Francois confided some facts in me, some of which differ from what you’re alleging.

    The sale failed because the buyer disappeared. I don’t know who that buyer was but if Francois wants to expose them, I’m sure he will.

    Partnerships work for the best at times, as long as both parties are committed to continue and improve the services offered.

  5. Louise says:

    Did you paste Francois’s face on the jpg, above? Pretty clever!

  6. DomainGang says:

    Louise – Correct, Francois usually wears a neat shirt with the French flag. 😀

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