Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by web cam, Feb 22, 2021 at 5:55 AM
509.com >> How much it worh?
Advice me please ..
Being a 3N.com, the bare minimum is of course $100k and 5,9 both seem to be good numbers.
It was last sold for $295,000 on 2018-05-27 by Booth.
Are you the buyer or a broker?
509.com sold for 295,000 USD in 2018
Some other NNN.com sales...check namebio.com for more sales
Gowebnames beat me to it
thank you bro
$509 to me actually xx,xxx+ and hope for long roads. Like a lottery ticket. Some big numbers counting on a business buying a matching address. eg 509 highway road. This has no special chinese meaning so that won't be the market. i figure mid high xx,xxx based purely on length and previous names sold. Price would matter as plenty would desire it. I never had anything of this caliber anyway.
two hundred thousand dollars
if this is in regards to it meeting reserve at its current price at sedo i would be very careful on bidding, a 4n.com most of the time wouldnt have a reserve that low and a 3n.com is unheard of, something is very fishy with that auction
i understand this domain is good???? or what?
What else would you like to know? Lots of good information is already available in this thread.
Looking for more opinions
go back and reread gilescoley’s post and then go back and look at the auction for it at sedo....there is a pretty slim chance that it gets ran up a few hundred thousand with a little over a day to go
good lord...the name sold for 295k in 2018, do you think the legitimate owner is going to put it up for auction with a low five figure reserve and the sale be legit?
yes i suspect it fake >> thank you
Perhaps you can give some additional context to your original posting.
@Future Sensors its a 3n.com that sold for 295k in 2018 and now is listed at sedos market place auction section with a low five figure reserve that was easily met, no chance in hell its a legit auction, what more do you need to know?
@domainscp It's not that I want to know more, I'm just wondering why the OP wants to know more.
@domainscp But thanks for giving the context that was missing from the beginning in this thread
@Future Sensors i gotcha now, no worries
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