Well this is a weird one, back in May I wrote about everydaycounts.com closing at auction on GoDaddy for $2,601. The domain name was at Tucows not GoDaddy.
I would imagine the winner did not pay and the domain was left to expire. So now DropCatch gets the windfall. It’s a little higher this time around as the auction closed at $3,150.
History on the name
Every.Day.Counts was a fashion brand with a store in the Netherlands.
FashionNetwork.com covered the opening in 2014
Esprit, start-up version, worked on the project for an urban and denim brand for several months. Christened every.day.counts, it opened the doors to its test store today.
The domain name registered in 2003 sold first back in 2012 at Afternic for $2,827. The buyer iGenesis Limited out of Hong Kong.
Two years later it looks like the domain sold for $40,000.
Now the registration date in whois is 2003, but I did look back further and the domain in 2000 was owned by an Insurance company that dropped the name. The registration date restarted at 2003.
Something similar happened with HalalWorld.com. It sold for $2909 on 19th May 2020, at GoDaddy.com. However, the name dropped on July 4, 2020 and auctioned at DropCatch.com closing on $1,605 this time.
As a major stockholder of GD, I demand that the ceo be fired!!
Incompetence ,thus losing lots of money for me and for the stockholders.
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Mark Thorpe says
You need help! Lol
@Mark the Canuck– you must be eating too much TimHorton donuts
Ben pedri says
being your a major stockholder how is it that soeong aus 69 dollars to contact me to buy my name and offers me 3500 which backs out because the broker is giving him free bees