“Alex” is back at the spam emails. I was free of spam for a few months and now I am getting 5 to 10 emails A DAY. I’ve gone to the site to try and stop it to no luck. If any lawyer wants to take this as a class action suit let me know. This would be a pretty easy case as I’m sure there are thousands of others like me that have no prior relationship with this company. In the meantime, here are some domains that are probably similar to some names that Alex owns. And the daily quote.
“To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first. And, whatever you hit, call it the target” -Ashleigh Brilliant
Journalism.net Journalism is where I git to lern to write real nice and stuff
Tooting.com I would insert a fart joke but I can’t think of one. The one time I have the perfect place to use one and I draw a blank. Damn
D9P.com LNL.coms have been showing up more than Justin Timberlake in LA lately. And Timberlake is all over the place.
VY7.com Another CCC.com. They’re liquid, they’re popular, and while I would never brand my site using them, I am still a buyer. Reminds me of a lot of stocks I buy.
MustClick.com No bidders. The name says it all. Must Click which also mean must buy for $12 IMO
StopHating.com No bidders. Better for a dot org but for $12 eehhhh.A good buy in hopes of selling to a positivity campaign.
SwitchBar.com It’s not a generic. Just two short words that combine to make a brandable name. And it’s pretty cheap. Or was
JustGenerics.com No bidders. Great name for a domainer that buys just this
RealOrNot.com No bidders. Good for a Snopes type site
SurvivalCatalog.com A whole catalog of food, water, and shelter
Woa.net World Orange Association is going to be all over this one
UsedBookFinder.com No bidders. I think I would rather have Bookly than this but still think this is still brandable. Good for a used text book finder
SmartSocial.com Smart I may be. Social? Working on it
HWHH.com That’s a lot of Hs. Would complete my H collection