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I am asking $125.00 or best offer. Feel free to post your offers here on the thread. I accept PayPal only for this sale. Please remember that if you post an offer and it is accepted, you must pay within 48 hours, so please don't post a price you're willing to pay if you don't have the money to pay it. I will check this thread every 3-6 hours if not sooner, and I'm ready to do business!
This is a great chance to make some cash by selling advertising space on the main page. Do a Google search and you'll see that many great names (TinyURL, ShortURL, etc.) are going to waste with a "1996 design" and no real method of making a profit. All that is required to run the website is a hosting account with PHP and 1 MySQL database.
This service was designed with mobile phones and text message addicts in mind! Don't ever type a long URL with a ton of special characters again!
The domain is located at GoDaddy. It's free to transfer the domain to your GoDaddy account. If you aren't going to use GoDaddy, I will accept any transfer requests.
Check your message in box, I've PM'd you an offer. Mark this as sold and close the thread down!
Somebody take this thing off my hands already! I've had half a dozen inquiries and no movers in the past 48 hours. I'm leaving for a meeting in about an hour and I'd like to know that when I return this evening (or take lunch) I can move this site over to its new owner.
You did't even give me 12 hours to send your payment when you said you would have to pay in 48hrs after sold above
I've had about 4 different people back out or ignore my reply when they PM'd me saying "Sold! What's your PayPal info?" and I figured you were one of them. This site has been up for sale for a while now and I took the first offer that was solid (as in, they paid).
I apologize for any inconvenience. You have to understand the position I'm in. I would've posted "SOLD!" here at least 3 times for the various people who never got back to me with a payment, which means you would've read this thread as sold and I'd be here with a "SOLD" site and no buyer.
Apologize not accepted for your inconsiderate action.
And I accept that. I guess I don't have any patience because I work on the Internet 8 to 12 hours a day and expect people to be online as much as I am. Thus, 48 hours seems like a work week for me and I honestly didn't realize I had noted a specific grace period between "I'll buy it" and "I've bought it."
I'm not here to do anybody disservice. This was simply an oversight on my part (though not a huge one, no harm no foul). I hope my track record on this forum proceeds me with over a thousand posts, dozens of sites sold, and only a single mistake.
Again, even though you don't accept it, I apologize.
jvinson: If you don't move fast you're not moving at all. Get over it, it's not inconsiderate action, you should have paid up the moment you wanted to genuinely secure the deal. You failed to do that, I didn't. I saw this thread and less than 12 minutes later had the man paid. Minutes, not hours......