Spend.com Sold via Sedo for $275,000


Dave Evanson is going to be having a great Thanksgiving. According to a tweet he just posted this morning, he brokered the sale of Spend.com for $275,000:

The Whois record shows that the domain name is currently in Sedo’s escrow account. This likely means that the buyer already sent the funds to Sedo and the domain name is pending transfer to the buyer. Once the domain name transfers, I will provide an update on who bought it (assuming it was an end user buyer). There are quite a few companies that would benefit by upgrading their domain name to Spend.com. The domain name had been owned by a company based in the UK.

Unless there are additional large sales reported this week that I am not aware of right now, Spend.com will rank as the 16th largest sale of the year on DNJournal’s year to date sales report. It will tie the $275,000 sale of WMP.com, which also sold via Sedo.

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  1. Undersold.Not much effort from broker.Might be good return for seller but common.Lucky buyer.I would rather take an equity and sell for that than sell without equity.

    I expect brokers to do more.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

  2. Bottom line:

    People need to stop all the Kool-Aid serving emperor has no clothes bulls**t (don’t hold your breath of course). This price is low for a domain like that.

  3. Giving premium domains away for almost free now, are we? WTF!? Why would a domain broker allow a 7+ digit domain like this get sold for a low 6 price? If I were Evanson, I’d not promote this sad excuse of a sale. Way too embarassing.

  4. Seems he is now marketing Spending.Com too. Shouldn’t these two have been bundled together to generate a bit of a better price? Just sayin’.

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