I really wanted that domain name, and I typed it in the browser.
So it’s parked at Frank Schilling’s Domain Name Sales platform, which I’m familiar with.
So I made an inquiry to get a response and a quote back, as I don’t place offers right away; I want to take the pulse of the seller first.
Surprisingly, the email response came back quickly. In fact, it arrived within minutes, something I always appreciate.
Splendid, a man of reason, I thought.
Skimming through the usual blurb which was part of the response template, I focused on the price.
Three thousand dollars.
The blood rose to my head.
Asking $3,000 for this ten year old .com, while the dot .net and .org had been registered before and were dropped?
I’ll show that idiot.
I’m a really fast typist and in seconds I had a smart-ass response ready. I would show that crazy fool, this domain was worth $300 tops on a good day.
I came up with a couple of wise cracks, such as the option to get the .link for under $10 bucks and how we are going through a recession and a bad economy; he should be glad he’s getting offers.
Yeah. That’d teach him wanting three grand!
I hit submit with a smirk on my face, convinced I’d hear back within minutes with a much lower counter offer for the domain.
The email arrived in seconds. It was an autoresponder, from a very familiar email address: my very own.
That idiot seller, was me.
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