#Domain investing : Poor #student entrepreneurs drop out of college

Dariusz and Gustaw Promenius, brothers that were enterprising students seeking to acquire premium domain names for “reg fee” have dropped out of college.

The Latvian brothers turned in their student ids at the Riga Royal College of Business last week, after quitting all classes.

Dariusz and Gustaw Promenius are no longer poor students.

Their decision to quit school was due to “lack of funds.”

“When signed up for semester, I hope business for buy premium domains cheap, and flip them for their true valuation, in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, is good,” said Gustaw Promenius.

“But didn’t know domain owners haven’t believed emails for this since 2004, when TRAFFIC connect domainers together. Damn you, damn you Rick Schwartz!” exclaimed Gustaw Promenius, making a bad gesture.

The poor student approach to domain inquiries generated approximately $4.75 million dollars between 1997 and 2004, according to unverifiable data.

In the years that followed, organized domain industry events and exposure of the practice via domain forums, reduced this amount to $120 – $200 per year worldwide.

“I miss sending out mass emails to domain owners for small amounts but now I can finally work on farm my fathers and sing at choir or get married,” said Dariusz Promenius, adding: “If any domain brokerage need hard-working guy, I’m your man from Latvia.”

If you receive any new “poor student” inquiries to buy your domains from now on, keep in mind it won’t be from the Promenius brothers, unless they get hired.

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One Response to “#Domain investing : Poor #student entrepreneurs drop out of college”
  1. Data Glasses says:

    I only sell to people with student loans

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