Well wanting me to bid anyways. I purchased a domain for 99 cent from the retweet campaign at namecheap. I didn't set up whois right away because I'm still working on my strategy and articles and stuff. The domain is simply a plural of a keyword I was interested in ie: bluewidgets.com and bluewidget.com was taken. Now I get this email: Code: [B][FONT=&]Advance Domain Availability Notification:[/FONT][/B] [FONT=&]You may be interested in[B] bluewidget.com[/B], which will be available by auction soon. You are receiving this message, since you have a similar domain name[/FONT] [FONT=&]To confirm interest in owning this domain, fill out the simple form here: [/FONT](removed) [FONT=&]Sincerely,Alexander [/FONT](address was here) [B]If you do not want more of these business solicitation messages, please click the link above and follow instructions at the bottom of the page[/B] It is the person who is blind to what goes on around him that is most surprised when the same things happen to him. Common sense is not so common. The link leads me to a form from Domain Names International saying bluewidget.com has been flagged as a premium domain. Wants me to fill out some shit and bid on it. I am not interested in buying a premium domain when I simply added an (s) and got it for 99 cents. But I am curious if anyone here has received similar offers from that company. I also wonder if that would not make my domain premium as well. What makes a domain name premium anyways? I have a .com that I registered for regular price when the same .net was for sell for 1500 bucks as premium. I just grabbed it because the .net said 1500 bucks hoping to do something down the road. Not sure what the hell my question was but I appreciate all comments on this subject..... Thanks.