23 Feb '15, 2pm

A different spin on the appraisal scam – The Domain Tools Certification

The domain tools certificate costs $79 Euros. Your client should pay the upfront cost of this certificate as a good faith gesture – then I will discount the sale price of the domain by the same amount. I cannot be expected to pay this cost upfront with no legal guarantee of sale. If you client has already offered and I agreed to a sale price, how will any speculative appraised value of the Domain Tools influence the process? As I am sure you know, the domain market has many different valuation sources and they routinely produce different appraised values. If this appraised value is important to your client, then that is another reason for you to purchase the certification on personal*******.com before proposing a sale price – it is ‘bad form’ to insist that a seller pay for an appraisal and then use the appraisal information to negotiate a lower price. The Escrow service I...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2015/02/23/a-different-spin-on-...

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