A law firm, lottery company and other end users bought domain names last week.
My list of end user domain name sales from Sedo over the past week is short. Many domains that seem like end user buys have Whois privacy and aren’t resolving to a website yet, so it’s difficult to categorize them as end user sales.
The top sale I can peg to an end user is Justice4All.com, a domain purchased by a law firm. Let’s get to the list…
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Justice4All.com $15,000 – Law Offices of John M. Phillips in Florida. They use the domain FloridaJustice.com.
Format.net $10,000 – It seems that the buyer is the owner of Format.com. Format.com is an online portfolio service for artists.
LottoAmerica.com €6,700 – Lottery Company Limited in Great Britain. This name instantly rang a bell because it was the name of a multi-state lottery many decades ago. It appears it is being relaunched in some fashion.
TurboCasino.com €4,900 – Online gaming company Lux Entertainment.
CellArt.com $4,830 – CellArt is a wine company. It uses the domain CellArt.ca.
WishMobile.com €3,100 – The owner of WishMobile.net. WishMobile.net forwards to LinkWish.com, a web design firm.
Orlando.co.uk £9,825 – U.S. Rent A Car Ltd is a car hire company that caters to UK and European travelers.
Hire.eu $5,000 – Jobs.bg returned to the aftermarket
LBB.co $3,000 – Iluminar Media Pvt uses the domain name LBB.in.