While actually finishing my paper (I’ve been good tonight) I received my first prospective offer for thepricetracker.com. I thought it may be too good to be true. The email I received is as follows:
Subject: thepricetracker.com (sent 07/26/06)
From: Opera Software email@example.com
I found your domain for sale. Looks like this name has good potential. It’s
something I’m looking for.
Our company develops software so domain investing is not our main business.
Just additional way to generate income.
Please email me price for your domain name. If it’s reasonable we’ll do
If you have other domain names for sale please send us the complete list with prices for consideration.
Looking forward to do business with you.
Robert Hegglund, Ph. D.
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Lesson of the day: Writing papers can even be interrupted by fraudulent emails.