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As I’m looking through the NameJet pre-release lists for names ending tonight at 23:00 EST, I find myself getting increasingly frustrated with the amount of decent names that have reserves of $1000 to $2500. When I say decent, I mean worth ordering for $69, maybe bidding to a few hundred dollars. I certainly don’t mean “decent” as in coming anywhere close to the minimum reserve of $1000.

I looked into it further, I mean who the hell is putting all these names on NameJet, essentially clogging up my search for value by putting a crapload of domains on a wholesale platform at retail prices. Buy Domains, that’s who. I mentioned before that they had numerous listings on NameJet, initially the reserves were in the $500 and under range, now there are tons of names, both decent and crap with all the reserves over $1000.

I pulled a random list of 500 names ending tonight,  and did a bulk whois check. 150 names out of the 500 I checked are owned by Buy Domains, have a reserve over $1000 and some are for sale right now on their site and Afternic for a price within the reserve range.

Take for example Pre-release ended tonight with no bids, and a reserve range of $1000 to $2500. The damn thing is for sale on their site and Afternic for $1588.

That is 30%! Like I said it was random and not scientific but let’s use it; Why are 30% of the names at NameJet owned by Buy Domains, all with unrealistic wholesale prices?

Are they using NameJet to market their names, gain exposure and sell them on a wholesale platform for retail prices? That seems pointless, but who knows maybe they sell a few this way. What I do know is that it is clogging up NameJet with loads of unsaleable names in a wholesale market.

It has to be hurting overall sales on NameJet. Anyone sorting through the list is going to get slowed down by ⅓ of the names having retail prices. They will miss names that have value at a wholesale price. The good/realistic names won’t sell or will have fewer bidders.turkeydsad

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3 Replies to “DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, November 22nd”

  1. Don’t count on getting any of the Buydomains names even if you do meet the higher pre-release pricing.

    I noticed Buydomains listing names on Namejet back in August after multiple names I ordered pre-release at the literal last minute (in which I met the minimum bid & I was the only bidder) got pulled back by Buydomains and I didn’t get the names. Namejet let them off the hook.

    From my side it looked like they pulled the names because I was the only bidder on them. Would Buydomains have left the names in the Namejet system if there were multiple bidders? I complained to Namejet and got the run around at first before the general manager apologized and admitted the truth. Looks like Buydomains wasn’t penalized too badly if they’re still listing such quantity on there.

  2. I just reread my comment and thought I should clarify – “admitted the truth” – meaning Namejet admitted Buydomains pulled the names back (but did not give me any good reason for doing so).

  3. yep – takes me twice as long to work the NJ list now as before. I’d be happy to buy some of these names at $69 to $150, but it’s a joke to price them at $1,000. If they put the reserves back in the $500 range, I might actually buy a few, and they’d certainly gather more bids.

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