NameJet Reserve wins all the auctions
A lot of domainers are currently very upset - there is a new player in town with regards to NameJet auctions.
Going by the cryptic username “NameJet Reserve” this apparently well-off domain bidder won every major auction recently, leaving only breadcrumbs to the rest of the seasoned domainers.
“I can’t believe this $@!^!er is winning the best names”, said a dejected Frank Schilling.
“You know me, I’m Mr. Cool and all but this sh^&head is pissing me off with the way they took both tan.org and stri.com from my eager hands!”, added Frank.
Nowadays, competition on the NameJet platform has increased due to some alleged secret society that conspires on the auction process. While we could not confirm this, certain satanic rituals take place for the eulogy of domains in the middle of the night – asking for satan’s assistance in order to sell.
“That’s just bullsh^t”, said an irate Lyndon McLigerston, an investor from Leeds, UK. “I have been staying up late past my beer time, skipping going to the pub to meet the lads even, and those f^*ckers are winning all the good stuff. P^ss off!”
Some claim that in fact, “NameJet Reserve” is simply a reserve set by NameJet itself in order to dispose of valuable domains with a minimum selling price (reserve), versus putting them on the chopping block for whatever price they’d fetch.