Hi Guys, New to selling domains. Received a mail from a man interested, please see below. Does it seem legit? "My client offers a sum in $XXXX - $XXXXX range. The exact figure will depend on the appraisal results (see below). Before we go further we need only one thing from you: My client is a professional investor and he buys certified domains only. If your domain has been certified, please email me the certificate and we will proceed with the sale. If you don?t have a certificate it?s not a problem. I may send you a link where you can obtain it. Please don?t worry. It takes 1-2 minutes to order it. The results will be sent to you within 24 hours. Then you send me the certificate via email and we?ll proceed with the sale The certification includes the following: 1. Independent valuation of the market price. It will show your domain name is not overpriced. On the other hand if the valuation comes higher we will increase the price accordingly. 2. Trademark infringement verification. It proves your domain has no trademark problems. 3. Verification of the owner. It proves you are a legitimate owner and your domain has no any obligations and restrictions. I?m sure that you are a legitimate owner so it will be only a formality. As a broker I?m very interested in a good valuation part of this certificate because my client pays me a commission (10-15% of the sale price) on every domain purchase. So I?m not interested in a low price too. You can read about the certificate agency at (name removed) (?Domain Broker? is my nickname). The process is very easy: 1. Go to the certificate agency site and order a certificate. Just submit your domains and let them know you have a buyer with $20,000 offer and need a valuation near this value. After several hours you will get the results. If the price in your certificate comes higher we will increase our offer accordingly. 2. Then send these results via email and we?ll proceed with the deal. If you are new to the certification process, I can help you with the step by step instructions."