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People are currently bidding $8000 for domainnames.com on Namewinner. Is this reasonable? Does not seem to much to me.

I do not understand why namewinner does not promote the names that get high bids on them.

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name is currently owned by verisign, if it did drop; would you get to keep it?
 

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It's not owned by Verisign but by somebody in the UK:-

Registrant:
DomainNames.com Ltd (QVLQAHCDJD)
The Teleport, Doxford International
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear SR3 3XD
GB
 

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Originally posted by anton#1
People are currently bidding $8000 for domainnames.com on Namewinner. Is this reasonable? Does not seem to much to me.

I do not understand why namewinner does not promote the names that get high bids on them.

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the price tag will look fair enuff for me if it is divided by 8 or more. :razz:
 

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Who in the hell would let this name drop?
 

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Originally posted by Genki
It's not owned by Verisign but by somebody in the UK:-

Registrant:
DomainNames.com Ltd (QVLQAHCDJD)
The Teleport, Doxford International
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear SR3 3XD
GB

genki,

have a look at the site itself, http://www.domainnames.com

"© Copyright 2001 domainnames.com, a VeriSign company. All rights reserved"

I guess verisign must have bought them out?
 

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WELL IF IT DOES DROP WE WILL SEE WHO WILL GET IT...

NAMEWINNER VS SNAPNAMES VS (ALL THE BIG BOYS)

LADIES AND GENTS... LET THE GAMES BEGIN
 

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What is the link to the place to bid on domainnames.com?
 

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wow, this is a good chance for these services (in aquiring dropped names) to really prove themselves.
Huge Advertising opportunity.
unless it does not drop :)
 

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Still I want to know why NW is not promoting domains with high bids on them. How do you find out that good names are dropping?
 

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NW used to have the soon to expire lists, not anymore though.. You'll have to find names from other list sites.
 

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I'm a little confused...

If domainnames.com is about to drop, why is there still a site there?
 

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Just wishful thinking on the part of the bidders.

The name has expired due to the registrant not paying the renewal fee, but it hasn't entered the purge cycle for deletion.
 

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Who in the hell would let this name drop?

You would be suprised - really.
www.DotCom.com expired the same way :(

NetSol use to let anyone renew a domain - so sites with absent or dead webmasters had a renewal link that anyone could click and renew a domain on NetSol - they stoped that link a long time ago to forbid mercy renewals.
 

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The site is a division of verisign, I doubt you'll ever see it drop.
 

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Verisign needs the money. I am positive it will drop.
 

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DomainNames.com has been part of VeriSign for a couple of years now.
 

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Game over. The original owner prolonged the domain.

Record expires on 07-Mar-2003.
Record created on 06-Mar-1996.

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