Fielded an inquiry about a .Org domain. Nice, one word. Fits well with the right "do good" organization.
I NEVER EVER agree to sell based upon someone's (asserted) ability to pay. Most I assume to be BS pitches AND a good domain is a good domain. If YOU don't have any money for "this domain" save your money and get a reg fee domain.
"So, I breaks me own rules " . . . and agree to be a nice guy . . and sell on the cheap.
Now . ow . ow . ow the buyer needs to hold a committee meeting to agree on paying the price . . which price barely justifies me opening another email (as I've go SO many other demands on my time) . . and after tha meeting then . . .
Argh . . . All I asked for, in return for breaking my own rules, was "Send X-dollars via PayPal by Friday and I'll hand the domain to you". Heck, I don't even do PayPal 99% of the time.
No good deed goes . . easy . . when there's the slightest business to it.
And don't you come telling me "Well, Jeff, if you REALLY were a nice guy, maybe you'd just hand the domain to them . . " Trust me: this domain's value is multiples of what I've agreed to accept. This is a ONE TIME ONLY niceness.
Harrumph. Grumble grumble. Growl. Friggin' committee meeting. For something that won't even pay one month of my health insurance premium.