IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, September 19th

Sep 19 2017

Escrow.com

About a year ago I transferred a bunch of names to Dotster and Netfirms because they has a $1.99 registrations and transfers plus 20% off of that with the right code. It was one of those things you knew would be painful, but you do it anyway because of the savings.

They are apart of the Afternic fast transfer program so at least there’s that. I reached the point dealing with these registrars that I was going to let anything I had registered there expire, if I liked the name I could always try and pick them up again in the drop.

Then they were added to the Godaddy expired auctions lineup, making it a hell of alot easier for someone to pick it up before it drops. Previously I think these names went to Snapnames, and no one wanted to pay $79 for them.

They also send me a change of registrant email after the domain goes through auction. At first it was a “please approve the account change” email, so I always denied it just to mess with them, don’t know if it worked or not. Now it’s just a notice that your domain has changed accounts.

There only seem to be 2 buyers buying the names, I assume at closeouts. BuyDomains and someone using a gmail address of BuysDomains,  I have no idea if they’re related.

I’m curious if they’re using an algorithm to pick up the domains in auction or closeouts, I assume so. In any case, I decided to write about this, because as I was picking the list today I found that a large number of the names I was picking were my own damn names. So I decided to go in and renew a few of them. Renewing them cost me $18 at Dotster and $14 at Netfirms, If I hadn’t been lazy and more willing to deal with these stellar registrars I could have transferred them out before the auction.  I could even try that now, but I’d end up swearing at the help desk tech that tells me that I can’t transfer them out. By the time they made the ticket to get me the auth codes the auction would be over and they would push the domain into the winner’s account.

That is also another important point to note, I’m pretty sure that names are pushing right after the auction or after they’re bought in closeouts. In the past they went through the whole predetermined time period before they would leave your account.

So I apologize if there’s a name listed that I own and renewed.

PS: I haven’t gone blind yet, the eye still seems to work. I went to urgent care on Saturday. They told be to go to an eye Dr….

Main List

The No Bid List

AnnualDrive.com  The fund drive that happens every year. Or that place you go every year

BuddyFlex.com

CallSetup.com   An app of some sort for scheduling your important calls

ComeToAspen.com  I’ve been to Aspen twice. luckily I went with friends who had family living there so I didn’t have to sleep on the street

CrushHunger.com  A call to action name for a food pantry or NPO doing a campaign to raise money for the poor

CrypticFlow.com  Sounds like a river of things that you have no idea what it even is, because its cryptic

DashAction.com  Run fast or a Crypto name

intelliswipe.com  Some sort of smart payment system

LiveOnHalf.com  A budgeting name

LovelyDrive.com  A marketing name for a place to attract tourists for the great scenery best seen while driving.

MoneyUnity.com  Has the word “money” in it, so it has to be valuable

MoveFrenzy.com  Sounds like a game

NiceEconomy.com  Better than Crap economy

PortableGuru.com  Something that helps you carry things, or maybe a travel kit

PulseExtreme.com

SeaSmooth.com  A brand of motion sickness medication.

SquareMeet.com

TechEnergize.com   Power  up your tech

VirusCheckup.com  Software

xClassify.com

YellowChain.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

CloudTrade.com

OpenFx.com

IronSky.com

CakeMarket.com

Ayson.com

Lemas.com

EducationMap.com

SocialMethod.com

inmylifetime.com

BillingBuddy.com

GuidedHunts.com

SaleGenius.com

TrialBot.com

SacredUniverse.com

Societist.com

BlessWorld.com

Sokena.com

PlanJourney.com

NetworkMatch.com

DigitalFavor.com

BraceUp.com

HatKing.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

SilverIngot.com  Buy Bulk Silver

SecurityProgram.com All kinds of business’s and institutions are putting security programs together. Policy and planning are being developed and enhanced for terrorism events, active shooter scenarios and normal everyday security needs

Wideband.com

iSpring.com

BatDamage.com

LargeChest.com

BargainTrades.com

NowEurope.com

ScubaLove.com

CrossFiber.com

DebtSpace.com

HelpMotivateMe.com

ScoopBot.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

ykuu.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

bhqx.net
klps.net
ehwc.net
wxxv.net
Arum.biz
kfed.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

uul.co

Brandables

Barrido.com
Blazzo.com
Bozisa.com
Bubosa.com
Buxix.com
Chavivo.com
Drivino.com
Dudezy.com
Entarpy.com
Fakasa.com
Folze.com
Fxtrue.com
Henasa.com
Jobimo.com
Jumpzi.com
Kiizo.com
Mazasa.com
Obyeo.com
Opptima.com
Pubitas.com
Pumosa.com
Retovian.com
Roomery.com
Rubosa.com
Sohoxo.com
Tolova.com
Toppery.com
Toyado.com
Vetaly.com
Warify.com
Wavavo.com
Whered.com
Wickety.com
Yeliba.com
Yolleo.com
Zazasa.com
Zeboni.com
Zecono.com
Zipvy.com
Zobbix.com
Zohns.com
Zolido.com
Zopah.com
Zumbley.com
Zuniba.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

005033.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Sings.biz
Polled.us
Successful.biz
Decoration.biz
Bottled.biz
Eyeglass.biz
Duel.biz
Sleepy.biz
Vocals.biz
Transcript.biz
Lockout.biz
Finley.biz
Chaine.biz
Upbeat.biz
Foamy.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

Budometer.com
GeniusVapor.com
TalentVapor.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

FruitPassion.com

NeoDom.com

Gdkv.com

TrustStrong.com

NamePros

FileLocker.net
Aqow.com
StockBrokersHub.com
TransactionDetails.com
ALIENGREETINGS.com

TanCouch.com
ViralCrowd.com
DesignLoans.com
VirtualRooms.com
VRPT.com

BestLoanAdvice.com
MedicalDisorders.net
FinancialConsultant.us
VacationAdvise.com
CafeChat.net

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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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1 comment

  1. Travis M.

    I could add a whole lot more. The point is, if Netfirms offered domains for a penny each, I would still run the other way. I’ve never come across a more incompetent business in my life. They have been working an issue for me for weeks. I get an email every few days saying that they are still working on it, but I know they aren’t, because the issue is fixed. I won’t even bother to tell them.

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