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Old 27th January 2009, 01:09 PM
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Re: another day, another scam

If you were serious you would be closely following the formulation of the new IDNA criteria for what is an acceptable name and what isn't. It is generally accepted that mixed script names in many instances can only have one purpose Fraud. Most of the names that appear at Sedo fall into this category.

And why is that the case? Well, it doesn't actually help very much that over 90% of legitimate name cannot be listed for sale. That alone skews the playing field very steeply in the fraudsters favor because few of you Clients have a clear understand of what an IDN actually is. You should be educating them to understand the most important market development in a decade. But how can you show them the way, when you are apparently totally clueless yourselves?

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Originally Posted by sedocom View Post
Hi Everyone,

Although it does not look like an IDN name on the Auction History, we try and avoid confusion with IDN domains before buyers make offers by posting the IDN information on the make offer page so buyers know what their bidding for. For example:

http://www.sedo.co.uk/auction/auctio...ed=&partnerid=

Best Regards,

John

John.Jacobsen@Sedo.com
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