Domain up for sale? Mmm…
For some time now, I have been blogging on a new blog of mine, called “dadful”. As it may be inferred by its name (I hope so), it’s about being a dad and also having a handful while being one. Hence, handful + dad, became dadful. Click here if you want to check it out!
At the time of the blog creation, the .com domain was not available, so I opted for the .info one. And then I started writing some short posts, sharing some dad wisdom (and/or nonsense) with the world. Since July, I’ve had almost 600 page views, so I wouldn’t call the blog a success, but it’s something I really enjoy doing, so it’s fine!
The other day, a Ms Audrey Allan contacted me, making an interesting enquiry…
Unlike the “Anita case“, English checked out fine. The message was also really short, to the point and professional. So, I decided to reply in a less formal, more personal manner. In my answer, I just acted like I am not aware of all these people that go and buy domains, trying to re-sell them and make some profit. Or these people that just say that they own a domain just to rip you off.
Similarly to Anita, Audrey skipped my heartfelt comments and continued with her plan. Does anyone really listen (or read) online these days? I feel like talking to myself most of the times.
So, I decided to go full-professional on her as well. I wrote up my answer and hit send.
Then, I got no reply for 12–14 hours or so. So, seeing that this is a weathered professional scammer that wastes no time with a…holes like myself, I just decided to send a last e-mail, for my own pleasure and see if I could possible press a button or two in this way…
So, I am leaving you with the story so far, waiting for an answer to my last offer. Will be updating the post if something interesting happens!
Enjoy your day!