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Rick Schwartz sold BestOdds.com for $3.6 MILLION

As he known as DomainKing He sold the domain bestodds.com for
3 6(1.8+1.8)M

1.8M would be the royalty and @estibot appraisal price was $730 and now it's showing even lower $530 .( Keeps changing)

Also he commented on estibot and other domain appraisal tools #fail #fake and #f¢ukedup .
 
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He sure knows the best odds of holding certain names!

Congrats and if only we all decided to stop donating amazing names to people maybe others would become millionaires from domaining.
 
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I couldn't hold my laugh 🤣 after seeing this news .,where as the domain buyers Most of them totally depend on these appraisal tools. (Check Buyer request tab)
 
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I couldn't hold my laugh 🤣 after seeing this news .,where as the domain buyers Most of them totally depend on these appraisal tools. (Check Buyer request tab)
Yes. Domain sellers should do themselves a favor and stop using those valuations. They're always working against the potential future value.
 
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Such a great deal @Rick Schwartz
I have also started to invest in some brandable (x2 keyword COMs). After this, I could never take the appraisal tools seriously. Hope to see some good sales this year. :xf.wink:
 
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Scheme
 
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i will mention this every someone says “estibot valued”

i ❤️ @Rick Schwartz

Wish active in this forum man! Keep raking millions!
 
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gobet.com.....bestodds.com.............
The domainKing has even more gambling domains.
as his list still has
CasinoGambling.com............and so on..............
really amazing !!!!
 
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Another money laundery and/or pumping the domain industry without a real sale.

I agree that the sale should be verified. Maybe @Ron Jackson can help us with that. However, if it is a money laundry scheme, then wouldn't you think it would be a profound gaffe to announce it to the world via tweet or blog post?

It is very probable that the sale was not all pure cash.
 
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lol that estibot appraisal at $730 :D... I'm not even sure $730 exists when you're dealing with $3,600,000.00. Would you even notice if you lost $730?
 
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Another money laundery and/or pumping the domain industry without a real sale.

No, it's not money laundry scheme. I believed king will not do this.



When you become a famous people, you may received an invite to have a insider deal with a insider that have power to buy a product / service for their company. Then, they will split the $$$ according to their private agreement after the deal. :xf.cool:

Not many people can rejects the bait. No matters which products or service and they just keep happening, that's the reason why many people want to become a famous person.:xf.rolleyes:

Many years ago, a Chinese business insider want to have a deal with me and I rejected it. :stop:
 
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$1.8m price + royalties of $1.8m in 10 years. Well that's possibly not all cash deal, but still huge win for @Rick Schwartz. Cograts.
 
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The domain was listed for 1.8M and he sold it for double that through negotiation. Let that sink in. :whistle:
 
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Let's be honest, if any of us saw this on auctions today, how many would pay more than the estibot appraisal? Let alone 4, 5, 6, 7 figures as an end-user. Ridiculous. But it only takes one buyer who is in love with a name.
 
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Rick and I started out at the same time and look at where he is and where I am now.
I must do something wrong.
Hang on, let me check with my wife.
 
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Rick and I started out at the same time and look at where he is and where I am now.
I must do something wrong.
Hang on, let me check with my wife.
She is planning on spending everything anyway.
 
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