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HERE we go again !!!

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by findtim, Dec 10, 2017.

  1. findtim

    findtim Membership: VIP

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    another round of massive drops !
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    Domain Name carpetcleaningwetherillpark.com.au
    Last Modified 09-Dec-2017 10:35:25 UTC
    Status serverHold (Expired)
    Status serverRenewProhibited (Expired)
    Status serverUpdateProhibited (Expired)
    Registrar Name TPP Internet
    Registrant WEBSYTE CORPORATION PTY LTD
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    i have purchased domains off them for clients, once they started dropping them a few years ago everyone could see the trend and MANY people i spoke to were tracking them, so for some domains i really wanted for clients i contacted them before they expired ( sorry but you'll have to find that info yourself as it would be rude for me to post it IMO )

    they may be open to offers? just a heads up and avoid a drop bid war.

    WHO knows what is still left in this MASSIVE portfolio of EMD's ?

    tim
     
  2. DomainNames

    DomainNames Membership: Community

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    auDA should run the official daily drop auction and the profits can be used to fund auDA and lower wholesale .au pricing for the benefit of the existing 2.6 million .au registrant consumers and potential .au registrant consumers.
     
  3. snoopy

    snoopy Membership: VIP

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    Can AUDA be trusted to lower the price of anything? It would probably just go to the bank account and/or be wasted.