Has there been any mega-buck sales lately?

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and $1M , two years ago.
Now the question remains; was this a legitimate sale, or just another fraudulent one (on Afternic).?
Originally posted by DotDealers
Inn.com just sold for $40,830... (See Here)

Two years ago the same name probably would have gotten at least a million don't you think?

Doug
 
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Originally posted by NameDepot
I think links.com recently sold on afternic for $17K. That name, imo, should be worth more than even inn.com
Thats just plain crazy cheap if it was legit.
 
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and I doubt the owner would let links.com go for that low a price. I talked to him a few times, although I can't remember where (email, greatdomain chat, etc), and he seemed pretty firm: $500K at least.

Originally posted by DotDealers
There is a web site on it now, so it probably did sell. That is way cheap though!

Doug
 
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Originally posted by safesys


Fair comment, I just don't like someone insinuating that I am lying just because I respect the privacy of people who entrust me with their sales data. Keeping business transactions private is a common practice in the offline world - there is no mandatory requirement for disclosure in online transactions.


I'm sure safesys's comments are correct. I've seen his details on many great names on the whois record and its no surprise he sells many names each month for high figures.

Of course thats the difference, if your domains are rubbishy you'll likely never sell a name, if on the other hand you have quality one and two word names the outcome is likely to be very different. Good names still sell very easily.
 
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