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Looking to sell Multiple Voucher code websites

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  1. Oxcodes

    Oxcodes New Member

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    Hello,

    I am not sure if I am allowed to post here, so mods please feel free to move it or delete it if it is inappropriate....

    I have 3 web domains, with a .com, .co.uk and .ie for Ireland....
    We also have one further .ie and another .com address as well....

    Where is the best place to get these websites sold, as I only started them as a hobby and now I am required to spend more time in my other job, which is Offshore, and hence not rally possible to run it this way....

    Also what is the best way to get the websites valued... I really do not want to go down the route of flippa as it seems a bit of a waste of time, but I am open to be corrected...

    There is revenue generated from Affiliate Window and Trade Doubler and that can be made available should anyone want it, or If I am allowed I can post it on this post,.....

    It has come to my attention that brokers may be the way forward but I do know how or where to source one....

    I can post my web domains on this post if it is ok with the moderators....

    Thanks in Advance and I welcome all enquirys....
     
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  3. Systreg

    Systreg Well-Known Member

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    Are you aware of the rules for owning/selling/buying .ie domain names? Unless it's something like a personal name, the person buying the .ie name will have to be a registered business in Ireland, and provide their business details to the Irish registry before they can take the domain. At least that's the way it was when I last looked at the Irish registry site about a year ago.
     
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    Hi Systreg, Thank you for your response....

    You are quite correct... You do have to be set up and registered as a business in Ireland... There are some Irish users on here I assume who may be already set up and registered in Ireland whom this may suit....

    Am I allowed to post the website details on this forum?
     
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    Thank you so much....
    Have just contacted the other member....
    Thanks again for your help.
    It is much appreciated :)
     
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