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Please correct me if I'm wrong, but can't you get sequences from there for free right now? How can it make any money buying this domain name? Would you start charging for the sequences?

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Donny M. Carter wrote:

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but can't you get sequences from there for free right now? How can it make any money buying this domain name? Would you start charging for the sequences?

Or you give the sequences away free, and bury the site in pop ups and click thrus, and try to get some paid advertising. Tough to see how even 400 bucks, much less 3000 would be a wise investment..

Whois shows it to be registered to a gentleman named Patrick Yauch..makes sense when you look at the ebay user name.

I don't think he's connected to the other two sites...
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Do not confuse the two websites.

Michael is not selling his website. From an e-mail:

On 2/27/2011 10:48 AM, Michael Farney wrote:
> J****,
>
> The website is not for sale. If you look carefully at the listing, they are using a fake URL which looks like my site, but it is not http://LORsequences.com. Thanks for the note though!
>
> Michael


The person with the one for sale is in Clayton, NC

He is selling the domain name only, no content.

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Jason Burge wrote:

I think his username is michael.farney

or at least he is an administrator.

No, you are confusing the websites.
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Yup..thats obvious when you read the description, and, if you visit the website, its essentially parked and hoping for a buyer.

The url isn't "fake", just similar...the graphic suggests it was getting hits...but no recollection if I ever visited...doesn't sound like anyone else remembers it either..

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Looking at his feedback, he did sell 1 sequence back in Nov 2010. Seems like he sold other stuff too like a couple of tv's, dvd player, etc. I don't think I would buy this domain, certainly not for 4 grand.

MikeH

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Surfing4Dough wrote:

Jason Burge wrote:
I think his username is michael.farney

or at least he is an administrator.

What is this based on?
Never mind My mistake I was confusing the 2 websites> I see what you are saying
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DonFL wrote:

Point is, that gentleman, Michael Farney, who has the two domain names/sites you mention, has no connection to this the ebay domain name being auctioned.


I see what you are saying I was confusing his two names with the one for sale.
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DonFL wrote:

the graphic suggests it was getting hits...



The 2 sequences he had on there at one point must have been very popular (see cached site):

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:k_cQ365nwUwJ:www.lorsequencesonline.com/+lorsequencesonline.com&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&source=www.google.com


The price point of the competition ( http://www.lorsequences.com )must have put him out of business.
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