Some of the acquisitions in 2022

Hello everyone,

It’s been over a year since I last shared the recent acquisitions post.
As always my purpose of sharing anything on this blog has been to make aware, share valuable information and something which could be helpful to my fellow domain investors. The shared acquisitions below can possibly help you to understand what kind of domains I acquire, why I acquire and definitely these types of domains do sell which is good to go through.

Today is the time I must share some of the domain acquisitions made in the recent past and I’ll keep the list a little longer than usual because I’m posting it after a long time: – This 4L .com has been registered since 1991 and is the oldest domain in my portfolio. Have shared this separately from the below 4L .com domains mainly due to the most aged domain in my portfolio.,,,,,,,,,,,,, – It’s not important to acquire only pronounceable 4L .com domains but you can also buy random 4L .com domains which mainly contains premium letters such as (B, C, D, F, G, H, L, M, N, P, R, S and T.) Non-premium letters include: J, K, Q, V, W, X, Y and Z. I’ve sold several premium as well as non-premium letters 4L domains because it’s not at all easy to acquire pronounceable 4L domains as they’re very costly. I sold for $75,000 which was the second last sale of 2021 for my portfolio.,,,,,, – I’ve been acquiring 1-2 words of person names which are quite good to have a small portion in your portfolio. They do sell but at a slow pace. – Can be used for content marketing, sales, management, events and more. – Well I’m young as well as rich in health 😉 This one is good for wealth, money, health, beauty, etc. Highly brandable domain.,, – Absolute perfect domains for the health industry. – A great domain for a moving, relocation packers, freight and logistics company. – These two combinations of words make a great cannabis brand name. – I know it would be a lot better had this domain be but I’m happy to add this domain in my portfolio which is a fantastic domain for a company related to the virtual worlds. – “Money” keyword definitely brings in more money if the other word makes sense with it. – A nice brandable domain for any news related media outlet. – Operate a legal crypto business on this domain 😉 – I can think of a company using for crypto related business. – Perfect domain for a security related company. – Could be used for superstore or any brandable store domain. – Such two word domains can be used for many purposes which is always a great addition to the portfolio.,,, – These are the type of one word brandable domains which can be used for multipurposes like mentioned above ( but those are two words.,,, – I’ve been slowly but consistently acquiring “The” keyword domains. I’ve sold a few in the past., – To make anyone understand easily, I would say that it’s always good to buy 3L .org in premium letters. Although this contains one non-premium letter “J” but I believe it’s a good one when “J” is at the start.,,,, – 2L + word is something I always keep adding in my portfolio. But keeping in mind that 2L are mainly premium letters and the word next to that is a strong keyword and is in demand.

Feel free to share your recent acquisitions and/or give your feedback on the domain acquisitions.

Also if you’ve similar quality domains I’ve shared and are looking to sell at investment level, do not hesitate to reach out to me.

From $4,000 offer to a $50,000 sale

Hello everyone!

It was in July 2020 when I received an offer of $4,000 on (acquired the domain in partnership with Jamie Zoch) which was then revised to $5,750 as the best and final offer.  At that time the BIN was $12,888. I declined. A month later the buyer came up with $9,000. Again the offer was declined.

Fast forward to 1st April 2022, the buyer came up with $20,000 (with BIN at $50,000 this time). I said that I’ll be accepting very close to the BIN. The buyer came up to $26,000 and said it’s their max budget. Again their offer was politely declined. I gave a deadline during which the buyer didn’t make a reasonable offer to be accepted.

Then on 27th May 2022, Afternic broker was able to bring the buyer up to $41,000 but because I’ve revised the BIN to $100,000, I said to give them $50,000 as floor price and provide them with a 10 days deadline for accepting the offer. Otherwise I won’t be selling even at this price in the future.

And today I got the good news that the domain is sold for $50,000!

Many congrats and thanks to my Afternic rep, the broker and my long time friend and partner Jamie Zoch!

Feel free to give any feedback no matter how good or good it is 😉

My highest .CO domain sale

Hello everyone,

I’ve been investing in .CO domains since they were launched in 2010. As of today, I’ve now almost 200 .CO domains and since the launch I’ve had a pretty good success selling domains in this extension. Although the total numbers are pretty less, the sales have always kept me engaged with this extension. Most of them are 3L .CO domains and in 2020 I acquired some ultra premium .CO domains which I’ve shared on my blog in the past.

This month I just concluded a sale of Electra.CO for $50,000 (BIN) via Afternic Fast Transfer and this is so far the highest sale for me in .CO extension. I acquired this domain almost 4 years back through an auction for mid 3 figures. It’s always nice to see the domain getting developed quickly and it’s one of them.

Feel free to give your feedback and/or share any of your recent sale(s).

Thank you!

Most shocking incident faced at GoDaddy

I won a domain from GoDaddy Auctions in March 2019 and somehow forgot to enter into my purchase records. The same day I won another 4 domain auctions which I noted except this one. Since I didn’t note down at my end, I forgot that I should’ve that domain in my account. Because I didn’t add that domain in my records, I even forgot to see that GoDaddy even refunded back the money in the same month into my account which was used for some other purchases because buying domains and incoming refunds is usual when I’m buying in quantity every now and then.

Fast forwarded to 18th January 2022, the domain was suddenly transferred into my account. I checked my records and didn’t find the domain was transferred to me. It was shocking to see that they delivered the domain after 3 years.

Now the real problem started when they transferred the domain into my account after 3 years. The domain remained in my account for the NEXT 30 DAYS and then GoDaddy suddenly took it back on 16th February 2022! This was a huge mess done from GoDaddy because what if this domain was SOLD by me and transferred to the buyer in their GoDaddy account? I already listed the domain with Afternic and Sedo and put up the BIN as well.

But because I didn’t notice that they’d already refunded me back in March 2019, I then called the GoDaddy Premier Services and the guy on call sent me a refund email notification on my request because I told him that I didn’t receive it back then. Also he told me where can I find the refund under my account which I received back in March 2019 in “Good As Gold” credit. Since I didn’t receive any refund email notification at that time, I never knew about it and I made a mistake of not following up for the domain as I keep buying a lot of domains and somehow missed this one.

I contacted my GoDaddy rep and he forwarded my issue to the concerned department and Karen L. Newbury informed me casually that the domain was activated in my account by mistake and she apologized for this issue. I told her that you’ve to understand the seriousness of this issue. What if the domain was sold in those 30 days and I had completed the transaction unknowingly that the domain is not actually mine!? Complete silence from her for the last 9 days even though I sent her a reminder to get back to me with an answer.

How can GoDaddy be so irresponsible and have such a careless attitude towards this serious issue.

I explained to her that suppose this domain was sold by me and I would’ve received the money and then your company would’ve taken back the domain from the new domain owner which would have tarnished my reputation because the buyer can claim the domain was stolen and sold to them which wouldn’t be the case in real.

This shows that GoDaddy may transfer your domain to someone else’s account so make sure you keep a good check on your account of domain movements.

I’m very upset with how they handled it completely right from the time domain was transferred to my account to not responding to my detailed explanation to them.

Feel free to give your feedback and/or if something similar has happened with you in the past?

From $69 purchase to a $19,888 sale

Hello everyone,

Many are aware of the ex-registrar which was at one time a good registrar as well as good at catching dropping domains.

In 2017, I won a backordered domain TEZ.CO via for $69 with no other bidders. Last week this domain was sold for BIN price via for $19,888.

My suggestion is to always list all your domains at Sedo with a BIN price. Although all of my domains are using Afternic ns3/ns4 landers, I still list all domains with Sedo just to have an additional sale occasionally.

This is the first sale via Sedo this year and the highest .CO sale to date for my portfolio.

Thanks to Sedo for making this transaction smooth and keeping me updated as there was some delay in making the payment from the buyer.

Feel free to share your recent sale(s) if you have any.