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Vey.com closes at $30,250 second time around on the reauction

Vey.com was registered back in 1997, sold for $4,000 in 2007 at Sedo. It was left to expire and caught by DropCatch. The auction closed at $48,250. It was unpaid and reauctioned, it closed on Saturday at $30,250. Closing on a Saturday in the summer probably didn’t help with the bidding action. According to DotDB.com […]

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Quick flip on KVQ.com

I wrote a piece on how the ugly LLL.coms are much harder to extract solid value. One of the names in the post was a recent sale KVQ.com, it sold for just $10,502. The buyer was able to do a quick flip for a solid R.O.I. They sold the domain for $15,000 at Flippa. The […]

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BDC.com closes at $92,000

BDC.com closed at $92,000 after expiring at Enom. Originally owned by BDC Financial, Inc., a private equity investment business based in Boston, MA. On June 1, 2004, Bear Stearns Asset Management Inc. (BSAM), a separate and wholly-owned subsiduary of The Bear Stearns Companies, Inc., acquired them. Congrats to K.J.Haroon Basha who came closest to the […]

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