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    Clueless buyers

    So I guess they won't be renewing the name they buy.
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    Clueless buyers

    Yes, that was very rude of you. You should donate the domain to this struggling business. Maybe even send over a few thousand bucks to help this poor fellow ;-)
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    Clueless buyers

    I think you should take this offer :D
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    Insure.in

    What is your asking price?
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    Bitcoinbank.co.in

    Taken in all major extensions: BitcoinBank.co.in Registered at Dynadot until January 2019 BIN $30 or make offer Payment by PayPal from members with a good trade review.
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    NameSilo now offers .in

    Great news for fans of NameSilo. They now offer .in! As far as I can see, they only offer .in, not .co,in and similar. Pricing is very fair I think - below $7 depending on your spending: https://www.namesilo.com/pricing.php The only thing that is a bit unsure is that when you order an .in...
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    Clueless buyers

    What did he want? Carinsurance.in? ;)
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    Clueless buyers

    Just got an offer from a Chinese at Sedo. $90 for a LLL.in since "this is the market price". Countered with something like $1,700 and then got a new offer of $92...
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    Lots of inquiries, no serious offers

    Oh, that could be the case. Good he didn't send rupees...
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    Lots of inquiries, no serious offers

    I have a .co.in with a Buy It Now price of $10,000 and the option to make an offer. Recently, an Indian buyer made an offer of $20,000 for it. I generously accepted. Needless to say, he never paid ;)
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    Lots of inquiries, no serious offers

    Experiencing the same. Apart from one good .in sale - to a U.S. buyer... Also, non-payment from Indian buyers is still a problem for me. Is it still rather difficult for Indian companies to transfer funds abroad, or is that no longer a valid excuse?
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    Sedo .in Auction

    Good result for lll.in's, I think. Now we just need endusers that are willing to pay proper prices for these :)
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    Sedo .in Auction

    It sure doesn't look t00 promising. Now they risk making a fool of theirselves in front of a prime Indian audience. Maybe they should chance cleaner ;)
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    Sedo .in Auction

    Police.in with a reserve of $500 rejected.
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    Sedo .in Auction

    Caskets.in rejected (quality not met)
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    For sale landing pages for .in names a no-go?

    That it interesting about trademarks in other countries that can affect you. Thanks.
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    For sale landing pages for .in names a no-go?

    Thanks, Jeff. Good to hear at least they will not take everything away from you :-)
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    For sale landing pages for .in names a no-go?

    Sorry if this has been discussed before, but would like hear some opinions about the current "climate". Do any of you use landing pages for your .in domains that clearly state they are for sale, or is this a no-go even for the less valuable names? If you get hit by a INDRP on one .in name and...
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    Launching The First and Only Official Drop Catch Service for .in and co.in Domains

    I also signed up, and it looks good. It would be nice if it were possible to have the daily handpicked drops list emailed. Also, although I understand you might want to operate in the background, I think it would be good to have a little bit about who you are on the site. Especially once it...


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