Domain Lowballers begin 2011 by forming an Association

When it comes to money, domain lowballers offer "stripper tips."

Not content with having a ball during 2010, the Association of Domain Lowballers has started 2011 with a blast – an email blast, that is.

In an email sent to several hundred – if not thousand – recipients, the members of the Association of Domain Lowballers explain their modus operandi:

“It’s important for us to claim a stake on the domaining map and declare what we’re going after”, said association secretary Aloisius Jammer who usually emails domain owners as “Samantha Summers”.

“We are just entrepreneurs that want to make an honest dollar. Obviously, we always offer the least amount of money that we are willing to pay for a domain name – even if that domain is worth millions.”

The forming notes of the Association of Domain Lowballers bring new light into a tightly knit group of domainers that systematically spams domain owners with silly offers, such as $1,000 for an domain or $5k for a major metropolis geoDomain .com

Often posing as females to appear friendly to the predominantly male domain industry, the domain lowballers attempt to catch the elusive “end user” domain owner who has no idea about the value of his or her domain name – subsequently buying it from them at a severely discounted rate.

During 2011, the Association of Domain Lowballers plans to make its presence more prominent by renting booth space at various domaining events, such as TRAFFIC and Domainfest. In doing so, it is expected they will attempt to lowball the holders of those conferences regarding the booth space price.

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