New service offers Domain Lowballers a lasting certificate

Domain Lowballers will now be easier to identify, thanks to a new service by Andrew Allemann and DNW.

We’ve all received those nerve-wracking offers in the email – sixty dollars for your generic .com domain or a grand for a vintage 1994 LLL .com.

Don’t you just want to slap the person that makes the lowball offer in the face with a large raw fish?

Well now you can – sort of.

A new service by Andrew Allemann, editor of Domain Name Wire is taking his recent introduction of the Certified Stats service to a whole new level.

“It’s simple, you route your email to our server and if the person making the offer is already in our system tagged as a lowballer, his reputation as such increases. They are also sent a notification that their email has been refused. After all, it’s all about reputation in domaining and we do that with Certified Stats and now with the Stop Lowballers service”, said Andrew while sipping some herbal tea.

The proliferation of domain opportunists around the world has created a new species of domainers, called Domainus Lowballus. Often inquiring about generic domains without a direct ability to pay, those spamming pests are annoying and eat up plenty of a busy domainer’s daily time.

“Think how much easier you will now deal with your five, six or seven digit offers when you’ll have eradicated the domain lowballing emails that come your way”, says Andrew. “With our Stop Lowballers service and certificate, you will be able to focus and make money the way you’re supposed to”.

The service is still in beta but Andrew hinted of a possible launch during DomainFest New York which is coming up a week from now, so make sure you ask him about the Stop Lowballers service that will surely take a lot of headaches away from the domain market.

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