IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, March 25th and Domainer Ethics

Mar 25 2017

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Domainer Ethics

Yesterday a friend contacted me about a domain that expired and was recently sold at Godaddy auctions. The name was being used for a Catholic elementary school website. It displayed upcoming fundraisers for the general public as well as internal school information for the students and parents to access.

Shortly after the completion of transaction, the domain that numerous children navigate to everyday, redirected to Russian porn.

I contacted the new owner of the domain, and they immediately took the porn redirect down, so I won’t mention which domain it was. It makes me think of the larger issue of domainer ethics and responsibility, not only to the industry but to society in general.

If Russian porn is how you make money, that’s fine, but if you’re going to use recently expired domains that had been running as websites up until the time they expired, make sure that they weren’t sites that targeted children.

I actually think that the porn redirect might simply be a sales ransom tactic. I found an article with a similar situation, the domain had expired and the previous owner found their real estate business  domain resolving to porn and basically had to pay the ransom to get the porn taken down.

I asked the new owners if it would be possible to get the School’s domain back for their website and they responded, “it might be possible, but it won’t be cheap, possible several grand”. I think that if you’re approached by a previous owner right after you obtain a name, especially if it was owned by a non profit organization, that it’s only reasonable to sell them back the name for a nominal price, taking into account your time and effort.

This brings up another point, the general public are clueless as to how a domain life cycle works. The school website didn’t resolve after it expired, but the volunteer that ran the site had no idea what the issue was. I’m sure they received several emails from Godaddy advising them that the name had expired.

We invest in domains to make money, some full time and some as a hobby. There are  plenty of opportunities to make money using ethical and non controversial methods.      

Main List

CookMyMenu.com

Names With Bids

FrontiersMedia.com

EuroPlayCasino.com

WorldHosting.com

Fotto.com  Phonetic for Photo, with an extra T

u1c.com   CCC

IronDome.com

Redrez.com

Worrk.com

TotalTek.com

SimplyFutbol.com

QuietDog.com

AllLot.com

Sovva.com

PetLessons.com

iCallit.com

FlightTrac.com

DesignHacker.com

shaket.com

BornToRace.com

xt57.com

Polymerize.com

InfuseFit.com

ExampleWear.com

WorcesterSauce.com

retvi.com

The No Bid List

AbleGuardian.com   Could be security or custody

AhZen.com  I like this name a lot, it’s short and starts with an contented “Ah”

AirMeasure.com  How much air do you have?

AllNaturalFlow.com  Herbal supplement for prostate health

AllThrills.com  Nothing but excitement

AppUSend.com

ArgueLess.com  A mediation of counselling name

AskTheSherpa.com  A Cyger spin off, you ask your domain question and get a qualified response. For a nominal fee your question will be answered by a panel of 3 Sherpa’s each with their own opinion and take on the question

AutoSimplify.com  Make things easier without any effort

BattleDarkness.com  The classic fight of light vs dart, good vs evil

BedShield.com  Keep the bed bugs from destroying your bed with the bed shield

Bugio.com  nice little 5L brand

BumOut.com  a vacation or relaxation name, Find a place  to bum out for the weekend

BuyOrgan.com  Need a new kidney? Go to BuyOrgan.com, hey it’s the black market and may have been stolen from a kidnapped tourist, but at least you’ll have your new kidney

CityForAll.com  Sell this name so a sanctuary city 🙂

CodeGamer.com An open source gaming website, where the members play and modify the games

CollapseRescue.com  If you have the misfortune of being a building that collapses, a Collapse Rescue team will come to get you out

CosyCat.com

CreditRevoked.com

CreditWill.com

Curbies.com

DailyDepot.com  A site that has new deals everyday

DeathYear.com  Find out the year that someone died, or preplan your own death by setting the date yourself

DegreeMax.com  An online college affiliate site

DoMister.com

DoMorrow.com   Old English, Will thou do thy bidding on the morrow?

EndConstipation.com  Sell prunes

FindTheHelp.com

FlightCritic.com  A blog of airline reviews

FullMeet.com

GenieVault.com  The only way in to this vault is with a wish

GhostPoop.com  Could be all over the place and you wouldn’t even know

GorillaTactical.com  Of all the words you could add to tactical to make a brand this one fits really well. It makes me think of freedom fighters or unconventional soldiers. I can also envision the logo, a gorilla dressed like Rambo, carry a saw ( Squad Automatic Weapon).

GreenRum.com all natural rum

HerdSmart.com  The name that knows how the crowd will act before they do

HumanTreasure.com

iLikeYouALot.com

Introvize.com

JustReason.com  I had a just reason in committing that crime

Kooshy.com

LavaTrip.com  A volcano travel name

LivesAtRisk.com

MeOnstage.com

MobileStriker.com  Strikes on the move

MonkeyCapital.com

MrsBunny.com  Mrs bunny has hundreds and hundreds of children

NextLabor.com

NoBaldness.com  regrow your hair or wear a visor.

NySuite.com  Sell a luxury suite in Ny

OnlineEstimator.com  Not sure what it’s estimating, could be anything

PandaPoll.com   Find out what Panda’s think about any given topic

PlentyPoker.com

PrepareTravel.com  Get ready to go

ReadyBuck.com  Cash available at a moments notice

RuralAttorney.com

RushPlumber.com  Have a leak? Call the rush plumber for help

SearchBasic.com

SepticEye.com  I had this done on a sewer line, they send a camera in to see what the problem is

ShuffleBot.com  A card shuffling robot, makes it impossible to count cards

SimplyProve.com

SoldierMemorial.com

Solitarily.com

SproutBot.com  A garden robot

StopTheMove.com

SuccessLesson.com

TellWine.com

TrainForward.com

TurboEquity.com

UltimateSurvive.com

UltraStimulation.com

VeryOptimistic.com

VistaDeluxe.com

WorldDepartment.com

Check out the rest of the Names With No Bids HERE 

Namejet

1Seed.com  If your looking for seeds, this one will show up first in the phone book…

Juiciness.com Makes me think of peaches. I prefer nectarines, no fuzz.

UltraStrip.com
PhotoDigital.com
AntiMedia.com
BuildTalk.com
ylww.com
ExaltedWord.com
SurvivalTips.com
GeoCampaign.com
DangerRanger.com
SexExplained.com
VocalEffects.com
GearSaver.com
TotalTour.com
AnimalEarth.com
HostSwift.com

Flippa/SEDO

Save Money With Daddy Bulk Domain Registration

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

hlcn.com
raor.com
nlxo.com
mnzo.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Nano.cc
xfyc.net
ltnj.net
oada.org
verc.org
Curl.inf

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

lyd.biz
k41.net

Brandables

Barooga.com
Bofeo.com
Capitor.com
Caweo.com
Cawio.com
Cervox.com
Chupoo.com
Dojum.com
Dulora.com
Ezotia.com
Fenob.com
Fepod.com
Fepof.com
Flavac.com
Fleos.com
Fozier.com
Frazza.com
Frecio.com
Fupox.com
Geceb.com
Gidian.com
Happyzo.com
Hebup.com
Ikest.com
Jigea.com
Laterer.com
Livty.com
Noyem.com
Pefot.com
Peleb.com
Pemef.com
Pobad.com
Refob.com
Retob.com
Rimig.com
Sbudz.com
Slivova.com
Stooza.com
Tarrg.com
Temep.com
Thyrium.com
Zerish.com
Zezda.com
Zixar.com
Zuluzo.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

991120.com
137199.com
137399.com
137299.com
137599.com
800870.com
137099.com
36mk.com
rm79.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Lucks.org
Leader.biz
Widowed.net
Weirdos.org
Psychol.org
Koshers.net
Minority.cc
Integral.cc
Battalia.net
Bounties.org
Constitution.cc
Neurotransmitter.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

GetVaping.com
Vapulizer.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

48k.com

SmartNow.com

IMYB.com

YesFactor.com

PaddedRoom.com

BloggingGuide.com

NamePros

VanillaEspresso.com
ArmyKnives.net
CustomBuilders.net
GeocachingMaps.com
PowerMarketeer.com

FreelanceHires.com
CrowdRole.com
NewYorkHires.com
PendingDrops.com
ShippedGoods.com

MonthlyTasks.com
DoverAttorney.com
Abolish.net
MouldCompany.com
StrongTaste.com

Godaddy Value BIN

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Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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25 comments

  1. Stu

    Yeah so next we all have to be told what we can do and what we cant do with domains ? are you joking ? are you not all squatters holding domains to ransom until somebody pays a ridiculous price ? how do you think Berkens and the like get rich ?

    1. Travis M.

      No, he’s not joking. Are you? I know that if I was contacted by the previous owner of that domain that I would just give it to them without charging anything (as long as I only paid reg fee and I could verify that their story is true). I also don’t look to buy names with lots of traffic so I can redirect them to porn sites. I make an assumption that I’m buying a name that is dropping because it is not in use anymore or an investor is letting it go. If a legitimate business lost it on accident, I have no interest in holding it for ransom.

      1. Stu

        Ahh Travis you are a joker trying to brown nose the boys in the old domain cronie club…Anybody else want to come out of the woodwork and have a pop ?


    2. Post author
      Josh E

      Yikes Stu, I don’t care if you want to direct all your domains to Russian or Donkey porn, I think it’s reasonable to do a quick check to make sure it wasn’t an fucking ELEMENTARY SCHOOL website beforehand. I mean seriously do you think that’s ok? Forget everything else I said and focus on that part, don’t put porn on domains where the traffic is largely children.

      1. Stu

        Thats fucking bullshit Josh i just seen the site, your making it personal no fucking kid would ever go on that site, parents at the most…

  2. Stu

    And is not like most Charities pay their CEO a ridiculous amount of money a year and the catholic church is worth Billions just like most religions…I think its sour grapes from you Josh as its somebody who you know otherwise you wouldnt give a toss.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Stu, seriously no sour grapes. Just something to think about that’s all. I’m not telling you what to do with your domains, I don’t care. My main concern was children going to their school website and finding porn. I think that’s wrong. The rest is just one opinion on dynamic situations. I said it would be reasonable to give it back not that you had to or should. Berkens got rich by buying domains and selling them for lots of money, not waiting for domains to drop and selling them back to the previous owners.

      1. Stu

        In fact its a business model that many of the big domainers have used previously before you even knew them, i am not naming names but its a fact Josh….

        The fact is this if you do not keep up your repayments on a home you lose it…

        The fact is if you do not keep up your repayments on a car you lose it…

        The fact is if you do not keep up your repayments on a DOMAIN you lose it…

        And cmon i just looked at the old site, no kids would even look at it not even teens never mind elementary kids, its not designed for kids to even look at…You know that Josh and so you are trying to make it personal just because its somebody who you know……If this blog is just about your personal rants then maybe you should open another site as its bringing this place down rapidly.


    2. Post author
      Josh E

      Stu, I really can’t make it personal when I haven’t mentioned the domain or who bought it… No kid would ever go to their schools website? Maybe you’re right, I could be wrong. Thanks for taking the porn down, they appreciate it.


  3. Post author
    Josh E

    Well Stu I haven’t even mentioned which domain it was… If I was trying to make it personal I would have identified you. I have not.

  4. Shane

    Stu,

    You and I have always had a good relationship. I am probably in the cronies club you mention. Josh was trying to do something good. Nothing financial in it for him at all. You basically told him you don’t care and to go away. Your right to do whatever you want. But we write stories here. And yours is a perfect example of why most of the general public hates domain investors. You even said it. Everyone does it. It’s not for me either and there are boundaries of where I feel comfortable when it comes to porn. And redirecting any educational site to it is ethically wrong to me and everyone here at DSAD. I am sure I have plenty of ethical flaws but children aren’t one of them. So just leave it alone and do whatever you have to do to make money but this wasn’t personal until you put your name to it

  5. Stu

    Obviously Shane you do not the know the full story and yes you
    all with due respect piss in each other’s pots and brown nose each other and that’s fine but Who wants to be part of that club like many others I wouldn’t …like I said a million times but obviously you just want to try and kill the guy but it won’t work that it was traunch of domains what was redirected by accident and yet you still want to kill me..to me it looks the site infact was a site for parents as well not the pupils so that’s another point you got wrong….also once it was pointed out the redirect was taken down but you and your cronies want to kill
    The guy ….I suppose you lot have never made a mistake in your life ???? You guys the perfect men ? I bet you lot got plenty in your closet like everybody else do stop giving it all the Larry large big hotshot stuff and do what your good at…no offence but give the guy a break!
    People like berkens who want ridiculous prices for their domains give domainers a bad name but I forgot he’s part of the cronie club.

  6. ShaneCultra

    Stu,

    You’re trying to make this into a fight about what you deem the haves and the have nots. You did the right thing and took down the forward. That was a good thing to do. Appreciated and I’m sure the parents do to. All you had to write was that and you would have been cast in a much better light as a good guy than all your ranting about us being asses.

  7. Stu

    Why did Josh make it personal, ill tell you why because hes mrs was involved talk about unprofessional…

    We did not know it was an old school site until Josh pointed it out and like Josh said it was bought for backlinks and we may have given the domain back if it were not for Joshs public spat but why should we now, maybe Josh can explain to the Catholic school the reason they will not be getting back now at all for all the money in the world ….

    Bringing it personal should not be the way you do business Shane and Josh simple as that …I know you guys do it a lot but most people are not interested but just want to see the list that you provide and earn commissions from like me…

    As for ethical mmmm is it ethical to buy a domain for $12 then sell for thousands ? we think its right but i can tell thousands think you are ripping people off so go figure!


  8. Post author
    Josh E

    Lol, wow.
    Not sure what the “Cronie Club” is.
    As was already mentioned no one made it personal. No names or domains were mentioned. No one knew it was you.
    Obviously you’re seeking recognition. So here goes.
    The domain was SevenSorrows.org
    The domain is now owned by Al Perkins, possibly Wesley Perkins. It appears that you have a history or registering domains pointing them to porn for ransom. See the links below. You also register obviously trademarked domains, Note the numerous UDRP actions. The majority of your domains forward to hotelbnb.com, according to the site it is run by Wesley. Again not making it personal, just want you to get the proper attention your striving for.

    Here’s a few emails we shared
    -Hi Perkins,

    What’s your asking price for the name? The school wants to try and secure the original name for the site, I told them I’d look into it. I have no skin in the game, one of the volunteers works with my wife and she contacted me about he whole thing.
    -Perkins Perkins
    -I will have to ask my boss but it won’t be cheap maybe a few grand..
    Cheers
    to Perkins
    Gotcha, thanks I’ll pass it along.

    Have a great day,

    Josh

    http://www.peacearchnews.com/news/211900221.html
    http://www.mauinews.com/news/local-news/2016/05/maui-based-business-loses-its-domain-to-cybersquatter/
    http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/search/text.jsp?case=D2016-0545
    http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/search/text.jsp?case=D2014-0227
    http://www.adrforum.com/domaindecisions/1507793.htm
    https://twitter.com/coachbri1/status/316387661814329347
    http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/decisions/text/2010/d2010-0738.html
    http://www.adrforum.com/domaindecisions/1363400.htm

  9. Stu

    So lets recap…

    A domain was bought in good faith because of the number of backlinks.

    We didnt know what it was previously as the domain gives nothing away what is was related to…

    The redirect was in a a batch of domains what was redirected which coincidentally shouldnt of been.

    As soon as we were informed what it was previously was it was taken down immediately and yet we are being made out to be bad guys!

    Why we made out to be bad guys ? because Josh who works for dsad has a personal interest because hes Mrs works for the school and we would not sell it back at the price he wanted.

    Shane has to back up his mate as that what mates do whether right or wrong…Being loyal and all that!

    I never called anybody an ass just that you all piss in the same pot and even you admitted in an earlier post you joined the cronies club and you thought it was just that before you joined them just as i do.

    People like Mann, Berkens and Schwartz are just as guilty as making domainers look bad buy holding their domains for years asking ridiculous prices for them….

    Ask companies with similar domains who were around long before they snatched their domains, these guys just hold companies to ransom so on that note very domainer who sells a domain for more than their cost and time is guilty of it including me and you Shane.

    Domainers=Mercenaries

    Its really simple as that whether you like it or not but thats the truth!

  10. paul

    Stu,

    You should have kept your mouth shut and not get your info indexed for eternity….but, too late now.

    And forward to porn…what a dick.

    “The domain is now owned by Al Perkins, possibly Wesley Perkins. It appears that you have a history or registering domains pointing them to porn for ransom.”

  11. fatih ozturk

    I guess Stu could not kept quiet for this:

    “I think that if you’re approached by a previous owner right after you obtain a name, especially if it was owned by a non profit organization, that it’s only reasonable to sell them back the name for a nominal price, taking into account your time and effort”

    Forwarding to porn is always wrong in my book but he does not have to sell for cheap even if they contacted them right after and it is a non profit. I did once but it is just upto him.

    So for me, each of you has a right point and a wrong one.:)


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Thanks Fatih, maybe I didn’t phrase it right. I’m not saying you should do this or need to do it, just that it’s a reasonable thing to do while requesting some money for your time.

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