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Imagine You Could Sell Domains That You Don't Own ..... Well Actually You Can! EASY!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by (.) (.), Apr 11, 2009.

  1. (.) (.)

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    Method: Very Easy To Implement!
    Time: Few minutes.
    Investment: $0

    I'm new to these forums, and this forum has given me a lot so I'm always adding and helping around here, as a thank you and to build my reputation!.

    This method I just love It's really easy and you can make hundreds of dollars
    with zero investment you don't have to buy domains and then go through the
    whole process of trying to sell it. This is a method that I made up which reverses buying the domain then selling it. It's basically selling the domain then buying it.

    Getting Started

    Go to www.NamePros.com
    Signup for an account at their forums, and activate it, after that go to the "Expired Domains -> Available Domain Names" Section. There you'll find several available domain lists from premium to normal domains with good SEO rankings. Pick the ones that you think will sell quickly make a big list. Don't buy anything yet.

    Start Selling The Domains

    Go to forums.digitalpoint.com (also known as the cash cow)
    Offer the best domains that you got from NamePros for a little more than registration fee, offer them for $15 or $10. The registration fee with coupons from Godaddy costs $6.99 without the ICANN Fee. Make sure you write all the info so people wouldn't check the whois of the domain. For expiry date write "About a year from now." Once a person is interested tell him to send you the payment and their Godaddy information. Using the money that they sent you register the domain, and push it to them.

    If You Want To Be A Bit Safer...
    Make a thread with a title something like "Premium Domains For Sale.....HURRY!!!!" and write if you are interested in the list please PM me (This is allowed at DP btw, whats not allowed is when you ask people to post PM me please) and then PM them the list... that'll make it safer for your account.


    If you liked the method hit the Thanks button & rep me ! ...LATER.
     
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  2. jetti789

    jetti789 Junior Member

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    Just so I understand, this method is based on the fact that you hope no one will check and see if the domain name is already registered before giving you the money to buy it?

    Not trying to be rude, just trying to understand the method.
     
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    Dude I've had a lot of experiences with digitalpoint most people there are literally stupid, they won't bother to check i did it a lot and it works %100!

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    WHO THE FUCK GAVE ME A NEGATIVE FEEDBACK!!!!
    Since when do we give negative feedback to people who are trying to help!
     
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    abhi1 Power Member

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    lol pal..it was already shared on DP months back...i remembr i had an ebook abt it...lol
     
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    I wrote both of them... Don't Worry I'm the first one who did this the username on dp is Biden too its banned for another 7 days and its mine...i also made a squidoo lens about it..
     
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    haha, you know, I would never thank to whois a domain before I purchase it.
     
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    Lol see there is a live example of a victim (no offense)
     
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    wasn't me but ppl are known to do that to ppl that ask for postive rep or thanks in their 'trying to help' thread.

    but i think people won't look cause they don't want to go through the process of looking up the whois info. but some will. that could ruin your rep right? then everyone would start checking again. so how long could it last? yeh?
     
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    Thats why you could ask them to PM you, so what if one guy writes "Hes selling available domains" he doesn't have a proof just say no I'm not..
     
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    I don't know why I'm arguing with you guys, it worked whether you believe it or not.
     
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    You know I?m ?only? a ?poor, stoopid lil?le noob? (maybe that?s a little too self-deprecating) but even I would whois a domain before I bought it.

    FWIW that?s just my 2 cents! :)
     
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    Yea probably it would be harder to fool noobs than pros because pros buy, sell and do this stuff every single day so they might not check ...
     
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    I've seen a twist on this one where you watch newly regged domains and offer the same domain in another extension. For instance I register a lot of infos, I often get emails offering the com or the cn for $50 or $100 or even $1000. I'm never interested, I reg infos because they are cheap, but sometimes I've checked and found that the com being offered isn't regged.

    I'm sure these sort of scams do work on many people, but I think there's easier ways to make a buck.
     
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    this is amazing share :)
    btw what if we don't push that domain to the person once received a payment ? :D
     
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    Well he'll go nuts and report you..
     
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    i think selling them on ebay would be better
     
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    I don't doubt that this has worked more than once cause as others have said, a lot of the people on DP are idiots. But there is also the possibility that you'll run into someone with enough brains to actually whois the domain and see that it's not registered. The worst that will happen is that you'll get banned from DP, but who cares?
     
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    First of all thanks for sharing this method. I dont know why people are so skeptical about the whole thing. It is pretty straight forward and yes some people will do whois search. Then whats the big deal with it?
     
  19. iglow

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    well so what someboduy whois checks? maybe he has many adresses or whatever.
    its a bh technique lik any other. you can be caught but you can make money before. and who cares about ban on DP? u can make another account and post in sales spot after 2 weeks. i got like 4 accounts banned and like 4 that work ;)
     
  20. callmelucid

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    as is, i probably wouldnt use it if i wanted to make over a few dollars (not including getting e-screwed by paypal and actually losing money on the deals)

    there is a nice little twist that i thought of though.... :)