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Is this one straight for the jugular via hard-ass lawyers or ICANN route?
ure, signed contracts are great and help with cases like this but in there absence remains the evidence that a sale was executed. Here there is a) an agreement b) a request for the funds c) payment of the funds and d) no statement to date that the deal has been canceled.
[edited by: Webwork at 4:53 pm (utc) on May 5, 2010]
other thing. This happened 2 years ago do you think it is still worth pursuing?
[edited by: Webwork at 5:03 pm (utc) on May 5, 2010]
Websites and online sales general have robust terms and conditions which all users have agreed to and which covers them within that context.
Here we have an agreement between two merchants where no objection or cancellation of same was ever sent.
Besides that why would the seller purger himself that there was no deal - he profited practically nothing from it.
As for the value, it was sold in an open auction which is a great indication of a fair market value and certainly better than any appraisal ...
A domain that might have been worth $750-$1500 could eventually (2 years later?) become a $200K domain by virtue of circumstances that no one reasonably anticipated at the time of the initial transaction.