Mrs Jello is selling domain names at NameJet with no reserve

The domain AudioPlayer.com sold today at NameJet for $2,050. The domain was not expired. It was auctioned of by the owner, Mrs Jello, LLC.

Domainer Igal Lichtman (aka Mrs. Jello) has sold domains at NameJet before but I never noticed an auction without a reserve. This auction didn’t have the usual “NameJet Reserve“. I believe this show a lot of confidence in both the domain’s value and the NameJet auction house.

Price seems a bit low to me but that is the risk of auctioning domains to domainers. I guess Mrs. Jello could have waited for the end user but no one can be sure on the reasons why this domain name was liquidated.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

5 comments

  1. How does a domainer go about submitting domains for sale on Namejet? I always thought the platform was geared towards purchasers.

    • I know that if you have quality domains you can submit them to NameJet for a review.
      Then you can submit your reserve (if you have one) and the auction is setup for a selected date. (about 30 days in advance)
      I am pretty sure that the domain must be on one of NameJet’s preferred registrars like Enom.

  2. I bought audioplayer.com. I also won an auction for plasticcases.com that was sold No Reserve by Mrs Jello around Thanksgiving. Cheers. Craig.

  3. Domains can be registered anywhere, but for one to join the ‘club’ requires at least having good domains.

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