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Regrettable purchases...

Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion started by whenpillarsfall, Feb 11, 2019.

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  1. Avtar629

    Avtar629 MarketDN.com Gold Account VIP

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    Lol was it an idn? Man I swear that one was either one of those "smartbuys" or well you know.

    It was advertised on here. Congrats on the seller though. Good hustle!
     
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  2. WebFires

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    PerfectDrip (com) $300 from BuyDomains.com

    Was going to use it for a coffee project but things fell through... now im stuck with his debuting to renew.
     
  3. Avtar629

    Avtar629 MarketDN.com Gold Account VIP

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    Renew sell for $600 to any future cafe or auction.

    Market it as the perfect name for a cafe. Probably worth $2500 retail.
     
  4. MapleDots

    MapleDots Domain Properties 2002 - 2019 VIP

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    I was going to say similar except I think your valuation is low.
     
  5. BaileyUK

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    Regrettable purchases
    Pretty much anything I've purchased with a bottle of Whisky to hand, All are an absolute embarrassment to own. Thankfully I don't do it very often and rarely drink. Which is probably why I lose my sense of reasoning
     
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  6. IPBFlippers

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    What's IDN?
     
  7. MapleDots

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  8. artstar

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    jeez where do i start?

    amoled/oled years b4 it was a household word
    vr domains 4 years too early

    number domains when asian invasion happened

    buying .mobi when it came out

    buying .tech

    dropping cannabinoid.online. dah

    thank gawd i bought on all promo codes when gd accepted multiple buys per code.
     
  9. onni

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    I love that Huge Domains is asking $1895 for β€œFind A Bus Siness”. GoDaddy appraises it at $1150. Must be a good domain after all. :xf.wink:
     
  10. lock

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    I make loads of errors but the good ones make up for all the mess ups.
     
  11. Malcolm Kerwin

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    Funny thing is, I almost made this exact same mistake today on a similar domain. Lucky I noticed before I purchased!
     
  12. Recons.Com

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    With them, or is automatic and sometimes the script gets it ridiculously wrong
     
  13. Ariff BD

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    but still it is brandable right?
     
  14. It didn't trick them.. hugedomains just do not have a much good taste when it comes to picking domain names...
     
  15. richasis

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    Here's to Mexico continuing to up their AI game since I over-paid for mxai//com at a Go Daddy auction...
     
  16. Zilla

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  17. richasis

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    In the early days (1996/1997) I once registered a domain name with three consecutive hyphens. :wideyed:
     
  18. I purchased ipen.net from Sedo in 2012 after reading an article about iPen as future something of something for 750.00 Euro = 942.00 $US.
     
  19. Jason Baudendistel

    Jason Baudendistel CEO Wibbets Inc Blue Account

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    99 cent domains were my first pitfall because they were "cheap" Also mixing letters and numbers
     
  20. WebFires

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    Ew .net
     
  21. Steve Andersen

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    Sometimes technology screws you up. I hate this dang auto correct feature on my mac. Maybe great when typing letters, but sure does suck entering in domains. I have had it more than once change what I entered. A couple of time I didn't catch it and reg some complete trash. :(
     
  22. Jason Baudendistel

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    no issue with taking a unicorn bet but for 900 bucks ouch.
     
  23. turbo funk

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    within my first 24 hours as a domain junkie

    ChaoticNuetral.com
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    Nuetral
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    yea i spelled it wrong when i typed it in and panic bought when i saw it was available lol
    luckily i realized right away and got a refund from godaddy

    edit: oh also during this panic purchase i ended up spending $40 on it instead of 10 because it auto selected the more expensive package.. it was an all around mess of a day
     
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2019
  24. Richbillionaire

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    Jeeprepairs.com
    Didn’t figure that Jeep was a trademarked name.
    Thought it could work for a Jeep repair shop
     
  25. woncent

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    topapp.com
     

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