Scam Explained

by Robert John Stevens, June 14, 2017

Feedback to on my last transaction:

The experience was fast and great but you really need to tell the world that your non-concierge service is flawed — that if immediately after the buyer receives the domain he changes his contact information, then the seller has no way to prove the domain was transferred to the buyer and may lose the domain and not get paid.

I was lucky that my buyer was honest and notified that he received the domain I sold him.

I have not discovered any problem with the concierge service and pay the extra fee. Both services work but the low-cost one is sort of a scam since they know of the problem above that I’ve notified them about three times.