and ? ? ?

  • Dear user,

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. As we are based in Gibraltar which is part of the EU and we have customers all over the world we are obligated to follow the new regulation as of May 25, 2018.

    Accordingly, although we must request full contact information from each of you so our systems and webpage may continue to function we will restrict processing and data transfers as much as possible. When logged into we will display only your chosen handle and no other specific information unless requested by you. In order to request your specific information be revealed please go into your account settings and check the radio boxes next to the information. By default all information is private.

    To cover all aspects of GDPR we have published a new / updated agreement (which includes our terms and privacy policy) that will become effective on May 25, 2018. It may be found at:

    Onward and upwards;

Not open for further replies.


Platinum Member
Registered User
Rating - 100%
9   0   0
Mar 24, 2002
San Diego
I just got offered $150 for I think it is worth more, especially with PHP becoming so popular. What do you guys think it's worth? I told the guy I would have to think about it for a day or two.

Also... How much do you think is worth? Would make a great name for any PHP programmers.

Thanks as always...

Doug Dillard
Rating - 66.7%
2   1   0
Originally posted by Dan
Reminds me I sold to someone for $100 a couple weeks ago, I could have probably gotten more out of it, but didn't bother ;)
Nice, that's a steal! Maybe, with some luck, we'll see some good PHP content there soon. :)
Rating - 66.7%
2   1   0
For what it's worth, I went to a free appraisal site and gave the name next to the lowest ranking in the assessment categories and it still came up as worth $1234.80 US. If you ranked it a little higher you are talking close to $50 g's! But then that is a free appraisal too. Maybe ask for $500.
You can always come down. Set yourself negotiating limits. Lowest price you'll accept - never ask for that amount. Highest price - what you would be happy with no matter what happens to the name later when you have no control over it anymore. Example you sell it for $500 and a week later you see in the paper that it sold for $10,000! If you didn't think it was worth that much then you have no reason to feel sorry for selling it for so much less. If you feel it's worth over $1000 then you should get a professional appraisal done. When you show the appraisal as a bargaining tool then that helps you obtain the price you desire.

Good Luck,
Not open for further replies.