A startup in stealth mode, an ad agency, and two churches bought domain names last week.
Before jumping into the Afternic end user sales list, here’s a bonus end user sale that didn’t happen through Afternic but I learned about: ViSalus, which owns VI.com, bought VI.co.uk for $18,500.
OK, now on to Afternic sales:
A startup in stealth mode bought Seeq.com for $33,000. The sale was through GoDaddy.com.
Ad agency GSD&M bought StoryofAmerica.com for $1,500.
Investment firm Infinity Group bought InfinityBrands.com for $3,288.
ATF Group in Toronto bought SmartShapes.com for $1,595. The company offers weight loss solutions.
Starting Point Church in Raleigh, North Carolina bought PointChurch.com for $2,000.
Vlife Church in Phoenix bought ChurchPlace.com for $3,300.
1800flowers.com picked up Xpressu.com for $1,000.
Seven Sins offers a number of product lines including haircare. It paid $7,500 for HairAcademy.com.
Thrifty Nickel Ads, LLC bought AmericanClassifieds.net for $1,846. It already owns the .com.
FirstEnergy Corp. in Ohio bought ElectricSave.com for $2,688.
UK Psychiatry firm Needhams Medical bought PrivatePsychiatry.com for $3,000.
Law firm Seeger Weiss LLP bought DrugDangers.com for $13,500. The firm handles drug injury complaints.
Photo booth rental company Rock the Booth bought ProjectPhoto.com for $1,100.
Austin based vCFO bought vTalent.com for $3,588.
Another Austin buyer: Lake Hills Church bought FearlessMom.com for $1,944. I used to live near this church; they own LHC.org.
Aviation Technologies, Inc. in Avoca, Pennsylvania bought AviationFlightSchool.com for $1,088.
PMMI, a packaging trade association, paid $4,388 for PharmaExpo.com.
Online advertising company Clicksco bought AdSpots.net for $1,266. It doesn’t own the .com, which is listed for sale for $18,000.
Center for Applications of Psychological Type, Inc in Gainesville, Florida bought TypeforKids.com for $1,095.
Spectacular Marketing in the UK bought SpectacularMarketing.com for $3,655. It already owns the .co.uk version.
Flagstaff roofing company Traditional Roofing, Inc. bought RoofersInc.com for $1,775.
HempWorld, Inc. bought CannabisExchange.com for $1,095.
Centrality Ltd, which owns centrality.com, bought centrality.net for $2,588.
Summit Medical Group, PLLC in Knoxville, Tennessee, bought SummitMedical.org for $1,477.
Vacation rental site Quality Cottages picked up QualityHolidays.com for $2,500.
HR and payroll services company Employment Source bought Employment-Source.com for $1,030. It has been using the equivalent .biz. Marchex owns the unhyphenated version.
Skincare products company Peter Thomas Roth bought PeterThomasRoth.net for $1,477.