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  1. Lucky Luke United Kingdom

    Lucky Luke Active Member

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    Picking up on this thread here:

    http://www.acorndomains.co.uk/new-domainers/65612-123-e-4u-domains.html

    what might 123creditcard co uk & 123creditcards co uk be worth?

    I suspect it's not a huge sum as it's brand rather than generic, but your views would be appreciated. By the way, 123loans.co.uk sold for £2000 in 2008, but that's a slightly different marketplace and a credit-crunch away.

    Thanks,

    Luke

    (ps. Accelerator: I am an RK review overdue - I hope to see some gadgets soon!)
     
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    I don't see a value, but that is only my opinion and I have been surprised before now. Hang on to it as a speculative.
     
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    I think £400 to £600 would be a good sale, but affiliate types will be reluctant to pay that. A bigger sale could be possible, but seeing that it is a brandability sale, you'll have to wait until some decides they like the brand that much.

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    Thanks chaps,

    I'll hang on to them for a few years to see if anyone bites and list them on Sedo, etc. If I ever get around to it, I may put some credit card stuff on there, but the competition in that arena is fierce.

    I have just had a look at the 123loans.co.uk site - it's just a linkfarm jobbie. I wonder if they have earnt their £2000 back yet or whether they are waiting for an offer down the way. At least my initial cost wasn't as high ;)

    edit: The chap that owns 123loans also owns 123loan and that's parked up too. Both were regg'd in Jan 2000, but clearly they have changed hands since then.
     
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