Tesla pays a lot of money for a domain it could have won in a UDRP.
I’m a bit behind on end user sales reports thanks to DomainFest last week.
This list is the one Afternic/GoDaddy sent last week. Some notable buyers include Tesla and BMI. You can see previous end user lists here.
MusicMark.com $12,750 – Music Giant BMI
PartnerCloud.com $13,000 – RelayWare, which offers partner channel management services.
PhysicianResource.com $1,000 – Medical Education Resources, which uses the longer domain PhysicianOfficeResource.com.
MEHealth.com $3,995 – The owner of health site HealthFitness.com.au.
BestHotelProducts.com $1,800 – Best Hotel Furniture, Inc in Prospect Heights, Illinois.
eSportsCenter.com $3,000 – Huh. Esports Gaming bought this domain. I think ESPN won’t be happy about this.
GalleyCollection.com $1,000 – The Galley, LLC, maker of a kitchen sinks.
DJEngineering.com $1,888 – D-J Engineering in Augusta, Kansas, which uses the abbreviated DJGRP.com domain name.
ConsumerMedical.com $4,999 – Consumer’s Medical, which uses ConsumersMedical.com. I suspect some people were typing in the singular version on Consumers.
AutoReturn.net $2,200 – TEGSCO LLC, aka Auto Return, which owns the matching .com domain name.
WilliamGolding.com $1,000 – The company Lord of the Flies author William Golding set up to manage his ongoing rights. He died in 1993.
TheArtofJewelry.com $1,200 – Hardy’s Jewelers in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
CSALawFirm.com $1,000 – Columbus, Ohio law firm Colley Shroyer & Abraham Co., L.P.A.
PCLAN.com $3,088 – PC LAN SErvices in Milwaukee shortened its domain from PCLANServices.com.
BlockersFurniture.com $3,000 – Blocker’s Furniture in Ocala, Florida. It has been using the longer domain BlockersFurnitureOcala.com.
FantasyChampionship.com $1,000 – Sideline Software, Inc., which runs MyFantasyLeague.com.
NEWH.com $1,600 – Network of Executive Women in Hospitality, which uses the matching .org domain name.
wwwTeslaMotors.com $4,750 – Tesla bought a type of its website. Couldn’t it have just won this in a UDRP? I guess with legal fees it may have cost more.
BetaUSA.com $1,000 – Motorcycle company American Beta.