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Discuss and Report Any Details of Domain Name Sales

Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Scotty205, Jan 28, 2017

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  1. Vetcharles

    Vetcharles New Member

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    Hi, I love this reply. Being a novice i recently bought domains and i was told they are crap. But after seeing this message i kinda have hope that they might be worth something. Could you perhaps have a look at them for me?

    I look forward to your reply 😊
     
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  2. Cush

    Cush Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I know you are supposed to post the domain name here, but I can't disclose that with the terms of the sale. Anyways, late 2019 I purchased a health related .com domain name for $3. I had a short term project i used it for and it did its purpose. I sold the domain last month for $25,000. This is my biggest sale and return multiplier ever!
     
  3. alcy

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    wow great sale for avg co..sure makes wonder if u would get offer on it and then sale if this was make offer not bin...on any market..gd or sedo. .but I guess with bin sales like these... we will just never know...
     
  4. golan

    golan GolanMedia.com VIP

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    Before calling whatever "average co", you'd better google the term, and check how many extensions are taken. If it was "an average name", i would not be crazy enough to price it so high.
     
  5. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Contributor VIP

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    "...and last week Krista became the victim of an elaborate scam involving domains and fake Bitcoin exchanges, resulting in financial loss."

    Source: https://domaingang.com/domain-crime...re-is-a-free-lesson-for-all-domain-investors/
     
  6. Samer

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  7. Sutruk

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    Thanks for updating about the issue. On the article:

    "Once the sale was completed, the bitcoin seemed to appear in my account balance on the service.

    The problems began when I tried to withdraw the cryptocurrency. The site would not process a transaction without verification.

    The terms of use indicated I had to send a small amount of crypto to verify the account in order for the withdrawal to be processed. I did, but then they wanted more. I realized that I was potentially the victim of a scam.

    Source: https://domaingang.com/domain-crime...re-is-a-free-lesson-for-all-domain-investors/
    "
     
  8. VaibhavA

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    What amount of BTC = Dollars did you transfer?
     
  9. Sutruk

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  10. alcy

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    not too familiar with afternic prem net..does this mean this only went on basic net like gd etc...so then its possible someone binned it at gd and it went thru afternic sales? is there some way to know where on afternic network it sells in general? ty
     
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  11. rumevic

    rumevic Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Could be. GD says if domain is listed on Afternic, it will automatically be listed with GoDaddy. GD even made me cancel GD Premium listings service, saying it could cause confusion. I do not think there is a way to track on which 3d party platform a domain is being sold(just appears in Afternic account as pending sale or sold).
     
  12. iecomguy

    iecomguy Established Member

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    Matrix is a TM word right?
     
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  13. karmaco

    karmaco Top Contributor VIP

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    That doesn’t mean that nobody else can use the word in a brandable.
     
  14. iecomguy

    iecomguy Established Member

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    With that logic, can anyone use AmazonShoes?
     
  15. rafaelo0

    rafaelo0 Established Member

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    What is your average listing price for your domains at SH low, medium or high xxxx$?

    If you don't mind sharing that info.
     
  16. 4better

    4better Established Domainer VIP

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    Between low to mid $xxxx
     
  17. s.g

    s.g Okay, you've cracked it. There is more to us...

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    Please educate us:

    What's up with their $748 commission? One third seems to be an unjustifiable ripoff.

    If it comes in time we'll discuss your reply during our next week's training session and update this.
     
  18. s.g

    s.g Okay, you've cracked it. There is more to us...

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    Same here. Great to see s fellow animal protector!
     
  19. cornell

    cornell VCW.COM, BJR.COM FOR SALE Blue Account

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    Report a Big Sale
    Domain: 999.in
    Sale price: XXXXX USD Range, For Re-sell reason of the buyer
    Platform: 4.cn
    Cost: About $1500
    Hold Time: 4-5 years
     
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  20. iGreen

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    Please do not report if you do not want to disclose the sale price.
     
  21. Akinola Taiwo

    Akinola Taiwo Established Member

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    Congratulations

    How many domain do you have on afternic
     
  22. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr Top Contributor VIP

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    1000-1100
     
  23. topdom

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    Lots of junk imo. Congrats. Why buy such names, and why ask more than 2 figures, and why would anyone buy them..
     
  24. alcy

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    he has great success selling co

    but I agree these are low quality names. which I guess is why they were available.

    in a way its good news for all that poor names can sell.. and that sellable co names still avail to reg..cause everything good is taken or prem..but at same time it's bad news because the lower the name quality the harder it is for us to believe we should reg it heheh

    ah the ironies of domaining.

    some people get ego trauma when u tell them their name is avg...but I think its actually cool to sell avg name for good price.
     
  25. topdom

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    I was praising the .co seller. He does something I can't imagine myself doing. Any .co domains which seem to be slightly ok, is offered for 3 figures or more by the registry, no room for profit.
     
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2020

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