Namejet Sells 94 Domains For $641k: VVV.com $136,400, NLF.com $33,700

namejetNamejet released it's March 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 94 (121 last month) domains for $641,557 ($614,451 last month).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 94 reported domain sales at Namejet:
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Namejet Sells 121 Domains For $614k: Buying.com $69,200, YRY.com $25,022

namejetNamejet released it's February 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 121 (148 last month) domains for $614,451 ($787,435 last month).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 121 reported domain sales at Namejet:
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Namejet Sells 148 Domains For $787k: SelfieSticks.com $29,100, IYX.com $23,103

namejetNamejet released it's January 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 148 (102 last month) domains for $787,435 ($557,335 last month).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 148 reported domain sales at Namejet:
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NameJet Sold 941 Domains Names For Almost 6 Million USD In 2014

namejetNameJet, the domain name auction house, sold 941 domain names for $2,000 and over in 2014 for a total value of $5,984,520 USD.

LIU.com was the top domain with a selling price of $155,688. There was another 6 figure sale in 2014: liao.com for $100k. There were 130 5-figure domain sales in 2014 at NameJet.

Namejet.com's sales distribution for over $2,000 by TLD was: Continue reading

Namejet Sells 102 Domains For $557k: Problem.com $35,200, bfn.com $25,000

namejetNamejet released it's December 2014 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 102 (61 last month) domains for $557,335 ($235,705 last month).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 102 reported domain sales at Namejet:
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Namejet Sold Me A Domain, Changed Whois, Refunded The Domain & My Info Is Still Showing On Whois

namejetIn what is becoming a series of posts Namejet has screwed me once more.

On the 23th of October I won a 3 letter .info domain name. It was an expired domain registered with DNC Holdings, Inc and probably managed by directnic.com. It was immediately paid with the credit card on file. Continue reading

Namejet Sells 61 Domains For $236k: Meixi.com $27,108, Sigi.com $8,788, Atlantico.com $7,599

namejetNamejet released it's November 2014 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 61 (67 last month) domains for $235,705 ($503,394 last month).

I was hoping for the report to include the .nyc auction sales but that didn't happen. Too bad.

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 61 reported domain sales at Namejet:
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This Is How Namejet Treats “Long Time NameJet Partners”

namejetI was entering my proxy bids on a few domain name auction houses I am following and when I got to Namejet I saw that ChristianTelevison.com was ending today so I thought that I would make a small bid.

Just as I was hitting submit I noticed that the domain name was a typo. It was Continue reading

Namejet Adds ‘Buy Now’ & ‘Bulk Deal’ Features

namejetNamejet updated its terms of use on the 3rd of December and it was mainly done to add a couple of new features.

The 2 new features are a "Buy Now" indicator that domain names can be listed with and what Namejet calls Jet Packs. Jet Packs are essentially packages of multiple domains that can't be sold individually.

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Namejet & RightOfTheDot Mistakenly Auction Turner Broadcasting Owned Domain Names

namejetA couple of weeks back I wrote how I won a Namejet auction for a domain name owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

The domain name was movieheaven.com and I won the auction for $413 on the 16th of November. Since I won the auction I received no details on how to get the domain and no login details with the registrar CSC CORPORATE DOMAINS, INC. I got a little worried from a couple of comments on the post I mentioned above too. Continue reading