Got Your Six inc
Just wanted to let everyone here know that I was finally able to procure my desired domain name www.gotyoursix.com and am only a couple months away from unveiling the product I have been designing. The plan is to unveil the product mid/late July and start taking pre orders at that time also through a newly launched website. Of course everyone here will get an additional discount on pre orders which will likely already be discounted. Shipping of the product should start September/October time frame. This product is firearm related (AR15 related) and is also 50 state legal by design. *note at launch shipping outside the United States will not be a possibility.
The design is finally done and now I am waiting to get back quotes for injection mold tooling and finishing up my patent applications...hopefully this product will cause a lot of excitement in the industry and based off the market research I have performed it should
I actually called paypal after the seller and I agreed on a price and paypal confirmed as long as I use the send money for services/products I would be covered 100%....paid the seller last night and first thing this morning he transferred me the domain.
It was a smooth transaction, overall I think I did pretty well in the negotiating and we both got what we were looking for.
thanks for the response.
I am negotiating the price of a domain name that is privately held and parked...what is the safest route to make the transaction that protect me as the buyer. I do not want to use a service like godaddy as they charge 69.99 plus a 20% commission which is absurd. Is paypal a valid option?
Does any one have any experience with this?
@IceKohl you on chat?
Airdrops as a service! This is going to be a great addition to Waves!
@apmapm12 hahaha get em....ive been blasting them on twitter too. How long is it going to be until polo gets "hacked" and then goes under.
you a website guru?
Everyone should stop using Polo until they upgrade their servers....its been an issue for years now and everyone has always asked them to upgrade even when they didnt consistently have 20k+ users online at a time and had issues...
@IceKohl thats the magic part