3 Letter .NET and .ORG Names on NameJet

3

I just received one of my daily emails from NameJet, and it was filled with 3 letter .net and 3 letter .org domain names. The names I checked don’t appear to be expiring, and they appear to be registered with privacy at Godaddy. Some already have bids far exceeding the $69 minimum.

According to the email, the  Top 100 Pre-Release Names for November 28, 2010 are all 3 letter domain names, including:

  • ccc.net
  • lab.org
  • bug.net
  • bxc.net
  • pkw.org
  • lkw.net
  • cha.net
  • ccu.net
  • mya.net
  • bbd.net
  • cmy.net
  • cwn.net
  • cdi.net
  • cem.net
  • cks.net
  • akt.net
  • lvl.net
  • bht.net
  • soz.net
  • vii.net
  • ccz.net
  • sel.net
  • col.net
  • eys.net
  • spk.net
  • jih.net
  • ajv.net
  • xup.net
  • brx.net
  • fpu.net
  • rnd.net
  • fvr.net
  • tgz.net
  • hmk.net
  • pdm.net
  • hjm.net
  • vhy.net
  • avl.net
  • sjw.net
  • umt.net
  • bvx.net
  • mfe.net
  • jwl.net
  • atj.net
  • acy.net
  • hvd.net
  • uop.net
  • hyl.net
  • hap.net
  • dpu.net
  • laf.net
  • czx.net
  • dhf.net
  • jfs.net
  • aae.net
  • aku.net
  • dmw.net
  • nca.net
  • msk.net
  • bic.net
  • cfo.org
  • cez.net
  • cos.net
  • cfm.net
  • eer.net
  • bes.net
  • zlr.net
  • ioy.net
  • jhd.net
  • jrn.net
  • jsx.net
  • ewc.net
  • ien.net
  • cvw.net
  • nce.net
  • kfw.net
  • cgu.net
  • mot.net
  • svm.net
  • cmo.net
  • kje.net
  • ktu.net
  • cdx.net
  • cey.net
  • byw.net
  • jex.net
  • zpj.net
  • jik.net
  • kuw.net
  • kjl.net
  • kjc.net
  • mpf.net
  • cgd.net
  • kny.net
  • cxw.net
  • crb.net
  • iix.net
  • jko.net
  • jlu.net
  • cbx.net

3 COMMENTS

  1. Approx. 900 domains on yesterday’s auction.
    And, another 900 on today’s list.

    I wonder if Marchex sold the domains in Oct. to a buyer
    who listed them on Namejet this week?

    Or, is Marchex trying to cover their tracks by transferring
    the domains to Godaddy in Oct. and changing the dns to
    Above?

    If they sold them to a particular buyer, I’m sure Marchex also
    offered the domains to NameMedia. And, if so, NM probably
    lowballed thinking that very few people could step-up and
    buy the package. NM might be kicking themselves this
    week.

Leave a Reply