Buy a Business Domain Name and Benefit the CheckOnMe.org Free Caregiver Service

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The founder of CheckOnMe.org -- a free service for caregivers, people with special needs and people who live alone -- is offering to sell premium business domain names to fund this new free public service. The service is needed now to assist victims of hurricane Katrina and those families who are feeling the crunch from rising gas prices.

The founder of CheckOnMe.org -- a free service for caregivers, people with special needs and people who live alone -- owns several premium business domain names that are for sale. Funding is now needed to support this new free public service. A new offer to sell the domain names listed below provides a good opportunity to purchase premier names before prices escalate, and includes a potential tax deduction for a portion of the proceeds donated to CheckOnMe.org, to the extent allowed by law.

Purchasing one of these domain names between now and December 31, 2005 will benefit the purchaser and CheckOnMe.org by allowing the purchaser to split the payment agreement into two offerings -- 75% toward the domain name purchase and 25% as a sponsoring donation to CheckOnMe.org when it obtains the requested 501(c) status from the IRS. In addition, Steffanie Lynch will donate 10% of the net revenue portion (after taxes) to a charitable organization assisting children and other victims of hurricane Katrina.

Here is a partial list of premium business domain names available through this offer:

iWorkPlace.com

iPlan.com

iPromote.com

iHelpDesk.com

iBrochure.com

iCompanyStore.com

iCompanyNews.com

FaxToMe.com

WebToFax.com

WebToPager.com

Email-to-Voice.com

Voice-To-Email.com

LynchConsulting.com

RichmondMarketplace.com

Many of the .com domain names on the list come with matching names for other extensions, such as .net, .info and .biz.

CheckOnMe.org is a new service that is scheduled to go live September 2005 in order to assist those who are feeling the crunch from higher gas prices and the thousands recovering from the devastation of hurricane Katrina. If you or a special person in your life lives alone, or if you provide care to a person with special needs, this service may help assure that someone checks on you when you are incapacitated. Rather than rely on the injured or unconscious person to initiate the request for help, this automated system is triggered if the person does not respond when the service "checks" on him or her. And best of all, the basic CheckOnMe.org service is free.

For more information, visit http://CheckOnMe.org, where you can use the e-form to contact the founder to make an offer.

This offer is subject to be cancelled without notice.

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