Nine domain names that were previously seized by the US Government’s Homeland Security Department have been put up for sale or license.
The nine domains include a great generic domain name, Bookmaker.com, and a couple of formerly large poker sites, TruePoker.com and DoylesRoom.com.
It’s not clear who is selling the domains, the US government or the former owners.
The domain names are all now registered to a “US Poker Marketing Affiliate, LLC” of Las Vegas which has an email contact of David@Gzeshlaw.com
Gzeshlaw.com according to their site specializes in “legal and consulting services to clients interested in Internet Gaming law and operations, both US and foreign-based. With over 10 years experience, David Gzesh is a professional who understands both the business and legal issues of the industry.”
We have reached out to the contact on the domain for clarification.
However when domain names were seized by the Government they charged many of the operators criminally for illegally gambling and money laundering. If the Government is now the one putting the domains back up for sale it would be quite interesting what restrictions if any the Government would place on the buyer or licensee.
The 9 domains that were previously seized and are now up for sale or licensing are:
2betdsi.com, beted.com, betehorse.com, betgrandesports.com, betmaker.com, bookmaker.com, doylesroom.com, funtimebingo.com, truepoker.com
Here is the message you when you visit one of the nine sites: