(Oy) Vey.com: Three letter .com #domain drops, gets auctioned

Seeing a 25 year old LLL .com drop can be painful; in the case of Vey.com, this 1997 domain registration inexplicably expired and was deleted.

DropCatch “to the rescue” as the youngest three letter .com in the known cosmos is now in auction. Vey.com will tumble through the bids of numerous potential suitors, until a winner takes it home.

Why would Vey.com drop?

The last documented sale of Vey.com took place in 2007, when it sold for a paltry (but normal at the time) $4,000 dollars. Source: NameBio.

It may or may not have changed hands through the years, but what we know is that until early 2019 the domain was in the possession of Bilal Kapadia of Savant Events Ltd., before moving in the possession of Escrow.com. In 2020, WHOIS information was redacted, moving under privacy.

It’s almost certain that someone dropped the proverbial ball and failed to renew Vey.com. With almost 3 days left until the end of the DropCatch auction, Vey.com is now at $10,151 dollars and is expected to sell for quite a bit more.

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3 Responses to “(Oy) Vey.com: Three letter .com #domain drops, gets auctioned”
  1. DomainGang says:

    The auction closed at $48,250 dollars.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Auction still pending payment – no lander changes took place.

  3. DomainGang says:

    Update: The auction wasn’t paid for and the domain is back in auction.

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