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Domain Lore reviews?

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  1. jameslawrence

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    Hi domainers!

    Pretty new around Acorn. I've been hanging out at namepros trading .com

    I'm from the UK myself and I've had a little look at Domain Lore. Does anyone have any advice on them? good/bad alike. What keywords are selling well over there?

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  3. martin-s United Kingdom

    martin-s Well-Known Member

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    Most of us buy and sell on DL. Perfectly safe, but names tend to be bought by other investors, rather than end users, so prices are relatively low.
     
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    ian Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Pretty much everyone selling domains that aren't targeting end-users use DL. It is run by Denys, one of the most respected individuals in the domain game and a very honest guy. Brandables and lll's sell, and at the moment, some product specifics but bear in mind that most of the buyers are investors, and the auctions only work because there are enough of them to keep the prices respectable.
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Yes, it's a great place to sell, and trustworthy.

    One word of caution applicable to all DomainLore users: cheaters tend to get caught. The site owner is very, very good at sniffing out that sort of thing. So forget even the slightest notion of shill bidding, etc.
     
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    It's a great auction site really, bargains can be had but some domains have sold for very respectable figures too. The fact that sellers have to pay a fee only if the domain does NOT sell is good quality control as well.
     
  7. jameslawrence

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    Thanks for the head up everyone! I've spoken to Denys as I've had trouble joining them, but i'm yet to resolve the issue. I registered my phone number twice to two accounts, primarily because I thought the first one wasn't working. Stupid in hindsight but with their two tier verification its all a bit muddled up now my details are hanging around another account I can't verify.
     
  8. newbie United Kingdom

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    I sell almost all of my caught domains on DomainLore, it's just perfect :)
     

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