Sedo’s biggest reported sale last week was to an end user.
A candy company made the biggest reported purchase on Sedo this past week. Here’s a look at 15 end users who bought domains from the marketplace last week.
Candy company Windel in Germany bought MyChoco.com for 23,000 EUR.
2KDirect, Inc., which runs the online advertising company iPromote.com, bought iPromote.co.uk for $1,250.
Strategy consulting company Qantrex bought StrategicTransformation.com for $1,095.
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women bought EmpowerWomen.org for $999. Its web site is UNWomen.org.
United States Bankcard Service paid $2,500 for Uswipe.com (swipe referring to card swipes).
Fabulous International, which runs GemAvenue.com, bought WholesaleSilver.com for $2,000.
This is interesting: CFH, a UK print and mailing company, bought dotPost.com for 1,500 EUR. The Universal Postal Union runs the .post top level domain.
Intellectual Property lawyers Cooper Mills bought BrandProtection.info for $1,188.
You don’t see a .aero sale every day. A company called US Aviation bought FlightSchool.aero for 3,990 EUR.
Alderfer Auction and Appraisal company paid $888 for AlderferRealEstate.com.
Clarity Media Group, which operates WashingtonExaminer.com, bought DCMediaGroup.com for $1,500.
Lottery Company Limited in Great Britain bought WynikiLotto.com for $4,000.
The Indian branch of Sener, an engineering company, bought Sener.in for $1,500.
It looks like Quicken Loans bought RocketLoan.com for $4,500, but the registrant is listed as an individual rather than the company. The administrative contact has a QuickenLoans.com email address.
United Services Veterans Mortgage LLC paid $2,000 for its acronym USVM.com.