I am not sure about you, but I regularly receive a reply from a prospective buyer who tries to tell me my domain name is worth less than the price I set. “That domain name isn’t worth six figures,” or something along those lines, is a response I receive on a regular basis. It’s like somehow the lawyer, software engineer, or digital marketing manager is also an expert in domain name valuation.
Despite an obvious lack of knowledge about domain name values, some people are quick to opine that a domain name is overpriced. Domain name valuation is subjective (and dynamic), but there is enough information and data available that a buyer should at least be able to get an idea about what a domain name is worth before inquiring about it.
What works best for me is replying by asking them how they came to the conclusion that the domain name is not worth six figures. When I respond to offers, I usually provide a list of domain name sales I believe are somewhat comparable, so asking them for insight as to why my domain name is not worth an amount similar to other comparable sales I shared is usually disarming.