NameJet Auctioning 47 Three Letter .com Domain Names

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For the last year or so, NameJet has been permitting private auctions. They’ve had considerable success with them, primarily because most domain investors use its platform daily. Hundreds of domain names sell daily, and the platform offers liquidity for domain owners, and it’s a good bet that domain names will sell for market value.

I just learned that a private seller has put 47 three letter .com domain names on NameJet.  All of the auctions are “no reserve” and they will sell to the highest bidder at the conclusion of the auction. The auctions will run over 2 weeks starting, from June 15-June 26, and they will be closing June 18-29th.

You can have a look at the auction list here, but I have posted the 47 names below for your convenience.

  • JZD.com
  • PZV.com
  • QVJ.com
  • RGZ.com
  • RPZ.com
  • UXZ.com
  • UZW.com
  • VKZ.com
  • XDV.com
  • XEH.com
  • XGV.com
  • XKI.com
  • XKM.com
  • XMV.com
  • XRH.com
  • XSA.com
  • XVS.com
  • XWI.com
  • YZA.com
  • YZE.com
  • YZU.com
  • ZBV.com
  • ZCV.com
  • ZDV.com
  • ZFR.com
  • ZFV.com
  • ZGN.com
  • ZHM.com
  • ZJA.com
  • ZJE.com
  • ZJN.com
  • ZLN.com
  • ZLV.com
  • ZMU.com
  • ZMV.com
  • ZNE.com
  • ZNF.com
  • ZNG.com
  • ZRP.com
  • ZTH.com
  • ZTK.com
  • ZTN.com
  • ZVE.com
  • ZVL.com
  • ZVR.com
  • ZVU.com
  • ZXA.com

4 COMMENTS

  1. It’s not the letters so much – many countries such as Germany, China and France like x,z,q letters – but the fact that these are listed on a ‘special’ auction. Privately listed auctions – when the bidders aren’t aware of the fact that the domains are not expired – perform the best on NJ.

  2. As Elliot’s post shows though, a strong themed release of domains can definitely attract more attention and more attention at an auction almost always turns into better sales. I think he’ll make a tic above the average on these names.

  3. namejet has been accepting private seller for at least 2009. funny, they used to denied it and still they don’t officially acknowledge since there is no reference in their ToS. i guess they want to keep scamming people by mingling truly expired domains with private seller domains. but hey, lets us all keep making business with them. at least as far as we can make money also…

    those 47 LLL.com are part of a bunch that were listed in 4.cn. they belonged to marchex which seems to have bulk sold about 100 LLL.com to Abstract Holdings International LTD.

    the whois was public until a few days back when they switch to Enom, which is a common practice for domains from private sellers before being listed in NameJet.

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