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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 16th, 2018

I have no idea what is going on at Enom but this registrar is completely jacked up.  Kevin Fink and I bought a domain at Namejet.   It was moved into my Enom account.  Kevin and I sold  I put in for the auth code and got it.  Sent it to the buyer and he put in a transfer.  The transfer email never came.  I made sure my email and contact info was correct.  It was.   When we checked with the buyer he let me know that the email was going to someone else. That someone else was the person that sold the domain at Namjet, i.e. the old registrant.  And that info was NOT in my contact info.  But I recognized the name.  He was somebody that I had emailed back and forth so I emailed him and asked if he received a transfer request.  He had

He asked me if there was anything he could do to help so I asked him to approve it.  The fact that I have to ask the previous registrant to agree to a transfer is ridiculous.  It’s just lucky I knew him.  But it gets crazier.  The buyer gets the name into his account, approves the transaction, and we get our money.  And the domain is still in my Enom account.  Now its in BOTH our accounts.  Yes is in both people’s accounts according to Enom. I took this screenshot last night.


I haven’t called Enom because its actually the new owner’s issue now.  I also don’t feel like talking to anyone at Enom because their service has been less than stellar.  And they let you know right at the top.  ” We’re aware of Partially Degraded Service” .  The partially is to be debated but they are on the right track.   The next question is can I even transfer out my other domains right now.  Who knows who is going to get my transfer emails.  Let’s hope I know them too.


And finally, and all the other domains from that owner got renewed as expected.  From a reader

Ken is right it looks like they got renewed but interestingly though the domain redirects to which is also connected to another so called non profit agency   so they must be connected to the same owner whoever is behind all this seems to purchase high traffic domains for example recently and before that and neither were cheap which is strange for a so called non profit.The alexa rank for goes from literally nothing to 78k in a few weeks

Godaddy better get that fixed because the owner is playing a game at Godaddy’s expense. Here are today’s names.  Click through to see the current price


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 Domain of the Day:     Legal and Real Estate are big money leads resulting in big money bids

Namejet and Sedo Names and Others   Gotta have the hottest jewelry on the streets.  Has one bid  Three Ns for one low price.  Met reserve  Could get there.  Most of the CVCVs have  Love this one.  I’d take a shot of that  Somebody let this expire.  Should do very well.  I have HDDH but its not as good at this one   Ultra training program. But I am biased towards running    Better blockchain.  One bid

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids  At $124 at press time.  V for Vermont  1996 domain.  One of the better LLL.nets on Godaddy in a while   Its a running group in Nashville. Domain investors are bidding on this one.  Its people that want all the backlinks and history  Another running name but probably sells as a video game name   Human resources name or marketing name for a product where you’re trying to show your product has real benefits for using it  Perfect blow out salon name  Could hit $100,000 based on some of the crazy auction at GD  Not as good as the above but $3500 vs $20   This one isn’t far behind  Upgrade name for a few companies  The ultimate domain for backlink buyers. An old app that helped teachers with lesson plans which means lots of edu backlinks.   The price tells you the value of edu backlinks   Chain still brings ching   GD has it as the second highest value on the board today   Means “passion” in Polish  At $20 at press time


Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids   Half of all pug dogs are named this or Pugsly.  Good brand IMO  Some people need magic to get their brain working right.  No bidders    I actually own a pair of these.  Socks that have a harder bottom to them   Gold is the original crypto currency   They are pretty fuzzy  Because there will be and are kiosks selling it in the malls in legal states  Sounds like an IPA so it makes a good brand. No bidders  We still doing the drop the vowel thing like 2007? Two things Japanese love Marijuana growing and cultivation deserves its own station  Follow the path to giving back. No bids

The Rest of the Names With Bids

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3 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday November 16th, 2018”

  1. I used to have the same issue with .us domains at Enron. Took me years to transfer out because the Whois was always wrong.

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