19 end users paid between $700 and $36,000 for domains at Sedo last week.
The top reported sale on Sedo’s sales list this past week was to an end user, although we don’t yet know what that end user plans to launch at the domain. Here are details on that sale and others:
The Exchange, which owns the undeveloped site TheExchangeMail.com, bought TheExchange.com for $36,000. Given the price tag, it’s clear this was an end user.
i-Paint S.r.l., which owns the domain ipaintstore.it, bought iPaint.it for 1,500 EUR.
DQ Webshops, a European etailer of TV wall brackets, TV furniture, and other accessories bought TVWallMount.co.uk for $1,250.
MailChimp added another ccTLD with MailChimp.com.br for $5,000.
New Wave Builders Ltd in the UK bought NewWave.co.uk for 3,500 GBP.
Karmaloop, the Boston company that runs a members-only clothing store Plndr.com, bought Plndr.co.uk for $1,500.
General Mills bought NatureValley.de for $1,000. The company sells Nature Valley granola bars.
Payment processing company First Data Corporation registered the domain sure-returns.com last month, and then it bought SureReturns.com for $1,995. This is one of those cases where doing some research on similar domains would have told you who the interested buyer was.
Gold seller GoldHold bought GoldHold.com for $925, which is much better than its existing Gold-Hold.com domain.
Houston car dealer Auto Equation paid $1,450 for AutoLoans247.com.
China Certification and Accreditation Information Technology Co., Ltd bought CAIT.com for 4,400 EUR. Its web site is CAIT.cn.
New Jersey in-home senior care provider Home To Stay bought HomeToStay.com for $1,500.
FirstHealth Solutions, which may be part of WellPoint Group, bought Well.me for $1,000.
Clothing company Next Plc bought Next-uk.com for $1,599. It owns Next.co.uk.
Women’s site SheKnows.com bought TargetHer.com for $5,500. Will it be for its advertising services?
Caravan/RV company Truma bought GasChecker.com for $3,150.
Display technology company Touch Window bought Touch.biz for $700.
Macon, Georgia IT company Infinity Network Solutions, Inc. bought InfinityNetworks.com for $5,000.
Web developer Zing Design went global, buying ZingDesign.com for $1,150 to go along with its zingdesign.co.nz domain.