I recently received a email from Paul White stating the following:

We are interested to buy your domain name FLORIDAREGGAE.COM and offer to buy it from you for 70% of the appraised market value. As of now we accept appraisals from either one of the following leading appraisal companies: macez.com sedo.com If you already have an appraisal please forward it to us. As soon as we have received your appraisal we will send you our payment (we use paypal for amounts less than $2,000 and escrow.com for amounts above $2,000) as well as further instructions on how to complete the transfer of the domain name. We appreciate your business, Yours truly, Paul White

It appears Paul thinks he is dealing with a fool. Apparently, Paul wants me to get my own domain appraised for a fee. Appraisal of domains are worthless. There are a variety of reasons why a domain may be great for me but not good for you. The interesting thing about Paul's email is that he is a business man with no dot com of his own, but he wants to purchase a domain/website from me (hmmm, go figure). His email was from gmail; gmail is the worst way for a scammer to do business. While I am on the topic of scams, recently I was offered an opportunity by two different companies; One offered $100 dollars a year to place text link ads and the other could not produce valuable information to process a business transaction online. This screams, scam!!

I guess Paul thought he maybe dealing with someone who may be motivated by his sorry offer and sorry excuse to force someone to pay for a worthless appraisal. Here is my response to Paul:

Hello Paul

Thank you for your interest, however, we are not entertaining any sales at this time.


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