4 Responses to “Domain Picks Dropping on Jan 23rd 2014”

  1. Shane says:

    I don’t care as much about the stories as I do about fixing it so there aren’t any more stories.

    • Mark says:

      I agree, I am not posting people stories, I just want to get as much information about the situation before I start talking too much about it. I wrote a little about this a year ago and I received a quite a few emails from other domain investors affected by this, mostly people from outside the USA. I communicated quite a few times with Sedo and everybody I talked to agreed they need more and better payment options and they said they would be getting on it but it has been a year and there have been no changes.

      My intent is not to just criticize but rather to point out what I see as flaws in the system in the hopes they can be remedied, or at the least to get a better understanding of the issue, and it is an issue.

      • manos says:

        True, majority of deals that do not end are due to payment methods in my opinion.
        In Europe usually we avoid bank wires and prefer skrill.com, paypal, paysafecards, prepaid cards and credit cards.
        In Asia as far as i know Alipay is a huge method, tdnam and Dynadot have it along with skrill that is my no 1 mathod to move money online ever.
        Talked also to sedo for their limits of $500 but nothing.
        A good article analyzing the methods is a good start.

  2. RU says:

    Hi, Mark!

    Thanks for “Green Cars”.

    – Russain reader

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