The screenshots below are additional examples of buyers of domains from September or October of this year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Cabs.com sold for $50,000 at Sedo, and the owner is William Berry. You can see below that it’s not much of a developed site yet, but they’re working on it. They’re talking about selling subdomains (Newyork.cabs.com) and “We are finalising a deal with a software company who can provide an Uber model of self managed apps alongside a central dispatch system. We aim to launch Jan 2015. Contact us to claim your area.“
100.org sold for $26,000 via Terrestrial Holdings, and the owner is Jonathan Wank. The domain redirects to TheSolutionsProject.org, which states in part “The World Can Transition to 100% Clean, Renewable Energy” and “100% clean is 100% possible.“
FreeATM.com sold for $25,000 at MostWantedDomains. An upgrade from TheFreeATM.com. Offering to eliminate ATM fees, by providing advertising (commercials) instead.
CloudDefender.com sold for $6,500 at Sedo. The name of a new product offering from a company named Alert Logic, Cloud Defender is “A fully managed, integrated suite of security and compliance products and services designed to protect your most sensitive business data.”
TravelCar.com sold for $6,300 at Sedo. The owners of TravelerCar.com picked up this domain and have it redirected to their site. “TRAVEL SMART, SAVE MONEY, BE ECO-FRIENDLY. TRY CAR-SHARING ON YOUR NEXT VACATION WITH TRAVELERCAR”