Hello, I just got off an long emails with a potential buyer who tried to use Godaddy domain estimate on the domain he was interested in that I owned to try to get it for $2,473 meanwhile I'm asking for 6 figures or more. I hated that I did not readily have available on hand a list of domain names that I could give him to prove that these automated estimation appraisal tools were crap. So I just did some random appraisals for domains that Godaddy estimated low. So figured why not ask NP to share their finds using Godaddy appraisal tool for example. Coronavirus.com $4,111 Covid.com $7,029 Covid19.com less than $100 covid-19.com less than $100 bettingodds.com $20,786 SolarWind.com $15,788 WindSolar.com $8,867 ExpiredDomain.com $11,133 Backorders.com $15,593 N95.com $20,276 Vaccines.com $18,780 GeorgeFloyd.com $1,122 Metoo.com $23,772 KanyeWest.com $14,153 Kardashians.com $5,761 BillieEilish.com $5,161 JerseyCity.com $20,099 (Where I'm from. No way this can be just $20 grand) Bayonne.com $10,637 FortLee.com $10,272 Bullions.com $11,895 Please share some of your own finds. Let's have a ready to use database of totally wrong domain appraisal estimations. So when the next slick buyer tries to use these appraisals to try to get the cheaper price and try to imply by using these appraisals that your price is overpriced or unrealistic, you will be ready to copy and paste examples of these appraisals doing a horrible job at appraising. You will only need to prove that these things make one or two mistakes but to ram the point home. Lets give them a stack of mistakes by this so called in fallible automated appraisal tools. Totally ridiculous! Use the tool below. https://www.godaddy.com/domain-value-appraisal PS. try to submit just domain names that these tools give estimates below $25,000 especially Godaddy. Godaddy seems to put a cap at $25,000 and above.