I think Godaddy is favoring expired domains heavily in their auction platform. They shows estimated values of those expired domains to potential buyers but not for regular listings. By doing so those expired domains get an unfair advantage over regular listings. All these expired domain earnings goes to godaddy themselves. And they charge an auction fee from the regular sellers at the same time and they do not get this advantage. If you check auctions with bids, you will see that more than 99% are expired domains. And not to mention they make it really hard to find regular listings in their platform. And for regular sellers don't get the same views to their auctions like expired domains get and resulting no sales sales to undervalued sales most of the time. And if there's a sale they'll happily take 20% of the final sale value. The Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC) bans "unfair methods of competition" and "unfair or deceptive acts or practices." I think we should not keep our mouths shut just because they have a monopoly. Why do they charge you an auction fee to list your domain (and also take 20% if they ever sells) but favor their own expired domains in their platform? I think every domain should get a fair shot at selling whether its godaddy's expired or regular seller's listing. Please share your view of this matter.