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DomainLore Auction IU.co.uk - On domainlore £50 start no reserve.

Discussion in 'Domain Name Auctions' started by Ashton, Sep 14, 2011.

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  1. Ashton United Kingdom

    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    Thought this would be a bit of fun ;)

    http://domainlore.co.uk/IU.co.uk

    Feel free to discuss here - will this set a precedent for LL reselling, prove a market or prove against one?
     
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    grantw Well-Known Member

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    I came back to post sold on it at your fixed price but you'd already removed it from sale so this will be interesting to see!

    Grant
     
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    fortune favours the brave
    hope you make a nice profit Ashton
     
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    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    I figured it would be interesting either way, I may get more or I may get less than I was asking for - but only one way to find out!

    I would prefer to sell the 2 letters than to give up an opportunity that has been presented to me.
     
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    Pred Well-Known Member

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    yep
    i actually dont think you'll have any worries
    fact the auctions steadily went UP in value each week you should be fine

    some folks will have cash burning hole in pocket

    also they are nice letters in terms of being internet related. can be used for a lot of acronyms

    not for me but i think many will like
    already up to a grand i see :p
    not bad in minutes
     
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    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    Who else got an email from Denys including a mention of this? :)
     
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    I did - glad to see Denys being proactive.

    Hope you make a mint on this one.

    Stephen.
     
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    Nice little dig at Sedo as well, haha

    Not for me, but like pred says I hope it brings you some good returns.
     
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    insurance underwriting/writer etc, nice couple of letters :)
     
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    will be closely watched by many... best of luck!
     
  13. Ashton United Kingdom

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    Under 3 hours to go :) should be fun.
     
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    How come the top two bids at present are both £2000?
     
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    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    I was asking myself the same question, didn't think bids could stack like that. I guess aBuyer put a max of £2k then DNSamurai bid £2k but it puts aBuyers on top.
     
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    Yeah, I suppose since aBuyer made the bid first (or the intention to bid to that point at least), it's puts him above the other guy. I hadn't seen this before either.
     
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    wb Well-Known Member

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    Could be wrong, but I think two bids only show as the same amount when the current highest bidder has reached (or is very near) their maximum bid. ;)
     
  18. GreyWing

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    Possibly because the other buyer bid in pence as well, maybe £2000.01 but DL doesn't show the pence.
     
  19. Ashton United Kingdom

    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    1 hour 30 mins :D
     
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    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Didn't know you could even bid in pence!
     
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    wb Well-Known Member

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    You can't, I just tried. :)

    Will be interesting to see what price this finishes at.
     
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