Expired Domain Name Xi9.com goes to War!
Thursday, November 15, 2012 13:41
Xi9.com is currently listed as an expired dot com on GoDaddy Auctions with 8 days remaining and already at $9,505 U.S. Dollars with 20 bids. Bidder #2 and #3 are at a bidding war that makes no sense to me!
Why in the world would you bump the price up from $10 to $9,505 dollars?
End Users do pay good money for domain names they want! But the bumping of price going up so high so quickly is very fishy in my opinion.
Some domain name owners don’t renew their domain names on time simply because they want to test the market value if there is any in the expired domain name auction listings. It happens all the time on GoDaddy Auctions, I’ve placed bids on numerous expired dot com’s that got pulled from the expired auctions listing due the fact that the owner realized his mistake or simply got a free reseller appraisal value and renewed his or her domain name.
Whatever the case is with Xi9.com, GoDaddy Auctions Staff need to include a REPORT button on every individual domain name that is listed in their auction listing to increase security and customer protection. As a GoDaddy customer and a Domainer it is our responsibility to report fishy auction listings and unethical domain name trades (trademarks, typos, etc).
Until my next Domaining News Alert, Happy Domaining!
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