Webwork - 3:11 pm on Mar 22, 2012 (gmt 0)
there are ways to solve the problem without losing sales
I don't know, since I'm not "one of them", but from what I've gleaned it comes down to a) there's far more unproductive engagements than successful ones when it comes to selling aftermarket domains, so depending on tolerance and wealth levels, some folks just don't care to engage; and, b) there's that thing about "follow the money", by which I mean some folks simply prefer to leave fewer money trails OR engage inquiries that might be strawmen for entities, such as trademark holders, looking to build a case.
YMMV. I understand your point/argument. I also know and understand some of the folks who just don't care to engage. Some might consider your offer chump change not worth or worthy of their time and attention. Some leave bigger tips than your (likely) offer or often bet more on a single turn of the cards.
Again, not me, but I'm also a bit foolish and don't always answer the email knock on my door . . 'cause I'm sometimes a bit grumpy or cranky or self-possessed or just don't want to be bothered . . quite unlike . . oh, nevermind . . :P
Just an aside:
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