I got the same e-mail:
This E-mail is in regard to your website, —.com. First, let me introduce myself: my name is Robert Sanders of
Epndomain Media (http://epndomain.tel). Epndomain Media specializes in internet investments and
acquisitions, and I wanted to get in contact with you to let you know that we are very interested in
purchasing your website.
Based on the PR of your site, your inlink volume, and subject matter, I wouldn’t hesitate to say that we would be prepared to offer between $60,000 and $80,000 for your website. To protect both buyers, we only purchase through a third party escrow service that we both can agree on, and most transactions can be completed within about 24 hours. I look forward to speaking with you further after we verify that you are in fact the owner of —.com.
We hope we shall receive your favorable reply.
I find it an odd e-mail on many levels. He is offering me the same amount as he offered for a non-profitable website. A real buyer would have looked into each business more before making any dollar amount offer. His offer actually falls short for what my business would go for, but I decided to look a little more into this to see if it was worth negotiating. Looks too suspicious for me for more reasons than one.