Labeled as showcase in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by New.Life, Oct 15, 2019.
Bob I have to say you are a champion investigator !
Most of Namepros users just write about their sales without any evidence of this!
Because this is a well-established domainers community who should trust each other.
Of course, if someone just signed up today, with one-two forum posts, and said that he/she sold the domain for $50,000...
There may be some questions (!)
I submitted a bunch of screenshots, because even to myself it’s hard to believe that this can happen.
There are many of domain markets employees on this forum who can see these sales on their
websites including heads of sales and CEOs of this market places / registrars .
Do you think it's so easy!?
I know that such sales are very rare, and sometimes it’s hard to believe.
But miracles happen from time to time!
By the way if you search on Afternic for all.life it does show a prior sale at >$25,000 in the list of comparator sales. This is further proof for those who feel unconvinced. I had meant to include that in my earlier post, but here is a screenshot. That does not prove of course necessarily this sale, but it does prove someone sold it on Afternic for more than $25k. It is a simple check any of us can do without cost.
I didn't sign any NDAs, and I think that buyers also don't care...
So... ask them! Why?!
You doesn't need to explain nothing. You have explained everything on your first post, even with screenshots, and that's why there are five pages of people congratulating you for your sales.
If there is someone that still does not believe your sales, that's his problem.
It is very clear that your sales are legit. One of them is already reported, as you can see at the Bob Hawkes screenshot.
If nobody have responded to the guy doubting about the sales, is just because nobody of us wanted to lose our time with him.
Congratulations again for your sales!
I believe the several month month long delay for Whois to update after the sales was an issue (I never checked it myself but that is what I have read).
Delayed whois updates have always raised a red flag, especially since it was said Mike Mann and DomainMarket.com sold Cryptoworld.com for a staggering $195,000 in Jan 2018 (a widely reported sale including being in dnjournal.com and published everywhere else).
As of today, almost 2 years after that big sale there's been no updates to Whois since Feb 2018 with Whois still showing NS1.DOMAIN-IS-4-SALE-AT-DOMAINMARKET.COM and name resolves to a domainmarket.com landing page
ALL and NEW are 3L dictionary words. Everything looks normal to me. It's not a miracle.
Congratsi am happy to hear about your sals New.Life .
now I am so inspired
Congrats on the sales. Thanks for sharing!
Congratulations, that is amazing
Awesome sales 👍! Congrats!
ⓒⓞⓝⓖⓡⓐⓣⓤⓛⓐⓣⓘⓞⓝⓢ, @New.Life !
Lucky you! good names too especially new.work, great price too.
congratulations on your sales new.life and I wish everybody a new.life in domaining
The stars aligned for you that day my friend. Simple.
Man... you must've been a good boy because you hit the jackpot with these sales.
Not only 2 good-sized sales in one day, but both of them were ngtlds.
Great sales all in one day, congratulation!
Big congratulations! This is the desire of every business man!
Excellent Sales and Congratulations. if someone isn't beliving. he's jealous with you. Cheers
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