The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
MedStore.com sold for $10,000 at Sedo, and they describe themselves as an, “online marketplace exclusivly for health with over 100,000 products listed. Your Complete Health Store.” Based on the contact information, it appears the domain was an upgrade from MedzStore.com, and the company is based in India.
RXMed.com sold for $5,600 at NameJet, and an informational site is live. “RxMed is a resource for physicians, patients and their families. This health-care web site provides valuable, thorough, illness and medication information, as well as access to various medical products and services.”
Kvest.com sold for $4,850 at Sedo, and the Hamburg, Germany based company pitches itself as, “Automated market research – fast, easy and reliable!“
MoviePlayer.com sold for $3,025 at NameJet, and a movie site is live, typically with a link to buy the movies via iTunes.
Anytron.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from the .net for the South Korean company. They pitch themselves as a company, “which has printing technology skills accumulated during the last 20 years, are doing its best with pride as a leading-edge company in the label printing field, again today, aiming at growth and success through the success of our corporate customers. ”
Sell911.com sold for $2,250 at Sedo, and a rebrand appears to be in the works, as it redirects to BuyMyHomeCash.com. They’re home buyers in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area.