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Can you sell domian names in the FS forums?

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As per title, I've got one that is connected to a blog but I never blog on it. If it was something rubbish then I'd just let it expire. However, I think its a decent domain name: http://www.briti…
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
As per title, I've got one that is connected to a blog but I never blog on it.
If it was something rubbish then I'd just let it expire.
However, I think its a decent domain name:

http://www.britishgamers.com

TBH I'm not looking for much anyway..... (£10/20? and I'll add an extra 2 years reg time)
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Dont know about that, but probably you cant post same post twice :P :whistling:
#2
Or thrice :lol:
#3
do you think we cannot read so need to repost 3 times
#4
people these days.......

TBH never remember posting 3 times, didn't do it on purpose though at least =)
#5
well can they be sold on here? I'll check the rules and if i can't find anything then i'll sell but say if it is not allowed feel free to remove it but don't suspend me...
#6
nout i can find in the fs/t rules so i'll go ahead with it,
#7
timothyw9
nout i can find in the fs/t rules so i'll go ahead with it,


Why don't you politely PM the FS/FT Moderator COL and ask the question and then wait for the reply.

Much easier than a suspension or whatever. :thumbsup:
#8
Dang - well I've posted it in the FS forums already now, said don't suspend or ban me if it isn't allowed.

I wasn't really sure if it was worth PM'ing a mod as I'd have to wait a good while and a mod might be browsing the misc forum which is why I posted it here.
#9
Don't see why not - but isn't there a domain transfer fee? (Not just the WHOIS record)
I assume the new owner would like the domain to be registered as owner with Network Solutions (or whoever the registrar is these days).
#10
No idea, surely its as simple as changing the name as I think I paid via paypal for it?

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