Recently, I described how one has to work harder when selling domain names to a corporation; there is plenty of bureaucracy to overcome.
Having completed yet another sizable sale this week, once again I faced the silence and inability of the buyer to complete their part of the deal in a timely fashion.
While they gain points for not haggling with me over the price, once the domain details were surrendered there was complete silence. No returning my calls, emails or Escrow.com prompts.
In other words, the escrow completed once the inspection period of one day ended. I always copy Escrow.com via email on the details of the domain and in the meantime point the domain to Escrow.com, once they receive the funds.
Again, it’s not the fault of Escrow.com, who in fact called the buyer on the phone to speed up the exchange. I am not aware of what response they received, but at this point it does not matter; the sale is complete.
However, keeping silent, as the buyer did, is unprofessional, particularly for a mega-corporation that’s proud of its products.