Two letters : FO.com fails to sell at NameJet

Premium two letter domain, FO.com, failed to sell at NameJet earlier today.

Priced with a reserve at between $600,001 and $700,000 dollars, the premium, ultra-short domain attracted a total of 185 bids from 178 bidders.

Of those bidders, 5 made bids in the six figure range; the auction for FO.com ended at $535,000 dollars.

NameJet user “advseo” made the top bid.

The auction for FO.com ended slightly higher than WI.com did seven weeks ago; that NameJet result at $502,000 was marred by unfounded claims that a past UDRP might pose issues in the future, something its owner and their attorney vehemently denied.

Are two letter .com domains dropping in value?

Probably not, but perhaps domainer-centric venues aren’t the best place to sell those high-valued domain assets.


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3 Responses to “Two letters : FO.com fails to sell at NameJet”
  1. John says:

    It looks like wi.com is still with the seller. Did the buyer default?

  2. DomainGang says:

    John – Yes, the buyer claimed that the notoriety of the domain made him feel “nervous.” They refused to pay.

  3. Dn Ebook says:

    Maybe Gfy/Com would like Fo/Com

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