Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Acorn Newsbot, Apr 25, 2013.
Price: 12,000 GBP
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Amazing price, congrats to the seller!
exactly my thoughts
A law firm can recover that off one additional case.
Great name, fantastic prestige.
"Law. a person named in a decedent's will to carry out the provisions of that will"
I think the term you use refers to someone who spends money foolishly.
I don't think investing in one of the best domain names relating to your business can in the slightest be termed foolish.
If you have a large estate and ask a top law firm to draw up your will and be the executor of your estate after your death you are looking at large fees, so all things are relative.
Fool and his money really does not apply.
biggest UK sale I've noticed for a while, good to see.
Looking at that and the exacts, my ExecutorOfAWill.co.uk looks distinctly underpriced Of course, there's always a hefty premium payable for "shortness" but still...
Probably this lawyer based in scouserpool.
Lifetime Legal are the new owners and I think it was a great name.
30m UK citizens without wills. Think i will guide the kids towards law.
Funny thing is there is 35m people with bugger all to leave....
I think I will leave my tenner to the local begger.
Some smarty obviously told them it’s a word everyone would associated with “wills” lots of flannel…. good sale for seller crap name for a will site….
As a function, I would imagine the term is going to get increasingly looked for - again as a function of an increasing aged and living alone population.
I think most of us have no real idea of the value of the term but then we are not experts in every field - just apparent domain judges of every field...:shock:
I'm not surprised by the sale price
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