Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday October 2nd, 2017

Oct 02 2017

Escrow.com

I’m sure everyone has this guy.  He didn’t like the price so now he comes in every once in a while under a new name (but same IP) and makes offers of $10K or more.  One time he even set up escrow.  But did’t pay.  This week he put in a $47,000 bid.  I said I didn’t want to play games and he responded with “I don’t know what you’re talking about, I am an accountant for a buying group interested in the name”  I said great, I’ll have my lawyer send over a buy agreement.  Of course he hasn’t responded.  I’m just amazed how much time the guy has taken out of his day to play the game.   I don’t mind because it means deep down he wants the name.  Just doesn’t like the price.  I’ll have the name until he changes his mine or someone else buys it.  The name is eHort dot com in case you’re interested.  Here are today’s names, you have to click to see current price. 

Quote of the Day:  “It takes a great man to be a good listener.”    -Calvin Coolidge

Domain of the Day:    Cousins.com    An upgrade name for a ton of companies but begging to become an ancestry finder site. Already getting some great bids

Portfolio of the Day:  IYOZ.com, CryptoNuts.com , AltcoinSwap.com and many great other names 

Namejet , DropCatch, and Sedo Names at Auction

Leaking.com   News, pipes, and pee

MockingJay.com  I sold this one a few years ago and now the famous book can be yours

FoodHeaven.com   that’s the kind of heaven I want to go to

FlowerGroup.com  Sounds European. The have a lot of bulk buying groups

998.xyz   The reserve is a bit too aggressive

LELX.com   41 bids and getting a fantastic price.  Was for sale on Namepros and owner says he received mid XXXX offer.  Now I believe him

EPF.com  Met reserve under $20K and will sell

RWNA.com   A for association.  All good letters

Ravio.com     typo of radio but a good 5L.com on its own

CheapGasoline.com     Great name for an app or site that finds exactly this

 Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ElectricalContractor.com  1997 domain.     Huge name for someone in this industry.  Bidders know it

NGTech.com  1995 domain.  Upgrade name for the tech company that operates on the .biz

SolarBella.com   I believe all solar names are worth looking at.

SolarMatrix.com  This one is from 1998

TrackSpace.com    I see a running site but I’m a bit biased.  Probably going to be a tracking device company

TidyTouch.com   Cleaning service all the way

PaisleyCreek.com  Nice fashion or deco brand

Katir.com    Means “Big” in Arabic

LUX.cc   All LLL.cc have value

BWEA.com  top bid getter.  It has very good letters that are drawing all the action

BKRY.com  All consonants, just like the Chinese like it

CryptoBitcoins.com    As hot as it gets.  As expected, getting some bids

CrowdSolving.com   I just saw a TV show about crowd crime solving.   I thought it was an SNL skit. But nope, it real.  Power of the masses

TasteOfTheRoad.com   Here’s your travel food show

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

CheapCrypto.com It all used to be

PollyWantACracker.com Surprised there is not bids. Its long but most Americans know this parrot saying

CryogenicLab.com These are replacing tanning salons. I’ve done this a couple times and my old roommate owns a few franchises

AustinFest.com Hipster city has a ton of fests and food trucks

ElvisParsley.com Not sure if its infringing or not but love this as a Kid’s character

TheOffBrand.com The cheaper version

RaceGenius.com Another running or racing name. No bids at $12

GoldFlamingo.com Color+animal tends to be a good investment

Other Domains With Bids

7daysinabudhabi.com
7share.com
84099.com
Affordable-Health.info
AInsights.com
Bit2visitor.com
BlueHighwaysTV.com
BookingCoin.com
BuzFood.com
CegEnglish.com
DemoAccount.com
DineVista.com
EmailMarketingCampaign.com
EscortSevicesInGoa.com
FreshBlogger.com
GameChess.com
GBLF.net
GreenerThrone.com
GreeningOfSouthie.com
HavenHelpUs.com
HeUris.com
IconTaxGroup.com
IdeWaPoker.com
iDreamProm.com
ImaxShift.com
Indianie.org
instituteforwihealth.org
Itconsal.com
IYEQ.com
Krock1019.com
MandalaArt.com
myscribblers.com
Nikaisushi.com
Noctamina.com
NSXR.net
o-Culture.com
PreventChildAbuseTexas.org
ProtecMusic.com
SalasiahSalleh.com
SaranaDomino.net
SheLetSherHairDown.com
SmallMKV.com
SmartnsDC.org
SOSFanta.com
Tamiya-usa.com
TarabaMall.com
Tassk.com
TastyPlanner.com
TechJobsAbroad.com
TruthAlerts.com
UgandaNationalAcademy.org
UIGrids.com
VipFirst.com
ViveGamer.com
WestCoastNativeNews.com
Zawjan.com

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4 comments

  1. Stu

    Is it me ? ehort.com i would of broken is arm of at $10k as tbh its reg fee name to me or am i missing something ? does it mean something or got a tom of traffic ?

    1. Travis M.

      hort is short for horticulture. e because it’s online. I think Shane is saying that the guy regularly makes bogus 10k+ offers. I’m not sure what the original offer was, but I’m pretty sure it was a lot lower than that.


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        ShaneCultra

        Sorry for being so slow to answer. Travis is correct. The point of the blurb was to show that I quoted him a price in the mid XXXX and he rejected it. Then he accepted but never paid escrow. He came back and offered
        more and did the same thing. Now he has come back several times raising his price but never intends to pay. Just to waste my time. The first time he didn’t pay escrow I asked him why he went through the whole process
        and didn’t pay. He said it was so he could get my direct email.

        As for the name, people have trouble spelling horticulture easily so those in the industry just call it hort. Hort is a billion dollar business, e is online. Thus the interest. And there is quite a bit of it.

    2. Tony

      Must be an anagram that meets his purposes. Maybe e-horticulture. Otherwise, it’s just another one of those random “pronounceable” 5L dotcom’s.

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