Four letter domain sells to end user for $17,500.
Sedo sold $1.04 million worth of domains last week despite the U.S. holiday. Here are some of the end user domain sales.
A company called Information Resources Online, which owns IRO.com, bought ORIO.com for $17,500.
NIBC Bank N.V. paid 10,000 GBP for Dubank.com.
Veda Advantage Limited, a credit risk company, bought FreeCreditScore.com.au for $2,500 USD.
Career Cafe Ltd paid 1,500 GBP for 360degrees.co.uk.
Spraying Systems Co, which already owns the awesome domain Spray.com, picked up SprayingSystems.co.uk for 1,000 GBP. It forwards to Spray.com.
Swiss Private Job AG bought its acronym SPJ.ch for 850 EUR.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, a water utility in Wales, bought WelshWater.co.uk for 750 GBP.
A CSC client bought SpartSpan.com for $2,395.
Communications companyTelefonica bought BeMore.net for 3,900 EUR.
BILD digital GmbH & Co. KG, which operates entertainment site BILD.de, bought BILDmusik.com for $1,295.
The owner of customized badge site BadgeBuddies.NET bought BadgeBuddies.com for $1,000.
Fashion TV Programmgesellschaft mbH, owner of FTV.com and FashionTV.com, bought f-man.com for $875.
The Exploratorium in San Francisco bought ScienceofBaseball.com for $750. I’ll have to check out that exhibit.
Beyond B-School, a career services company for MBA schools, bought ExecutiveLuxury.com for $899.
Moran Law already owns MichiganBankruptcyFirm.com, and apparently gets enough value out of it that it bought OhioBankruptcyAttorney.com for $3,995.
QNB Bank in Quakertown, Pennsylvania bought QNBBank.com for $800. This is likely for defensive purposes since it already owns QNB.com.
Tribune Company, owner of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and WGN America bought NoCreditCars.com for $2,000. It is a co-owner of Cars.com.
Auction.com bought SoldBlog.com for $2,200.