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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 7

Posted on 28 September 2015 by Andrei

Very balanced newsletter today, pretty much all domain categories have been covered.

Today’s email is dominated by over 100 LLLL dot coms (125, to be more precise) and short domain investors will also find the numerics I’m offering interesting.

I’m also selling one worders at discounts even steeper than those offered last time as well as a couple of other awesome names. Should be interesting.

I will be sharing the full email below.

As always, I will remove all domains after 48 hours, as I don’t want them to get indexed.

Happy domaining:

Really good deals today, there’s something on this list for everyone: one worders at an even steeper discount than last time, numerics and over 100 LLLL dot coms.

Don’t hesitate to make offers, the seller might just accept and the worst that can happen is him refusing, I always strongly encourage buyers to make offers because they have absolutely nothing to lose.

If you see something you like or want to submit domains for next week’s newsletter, reply to this email or send a message to

Before continuing, here are the rules:

1) All transactions are handled via if the amount exceeds $500, the fees will be covered by the buyer. For smaller amounts, buyers as well as sellers usually prefer using PayPal but an escrow service can also be used if one of the two parties prefers this approach

2) First come, first served. A lot of people receive this newsletter. If you see something you like, reply quickly. If someone else beats you to it, he gets the domain even if you email me a higher offer. Again: first come, first served

3) Feel free to make an offer on any of today’s domains. Sellers might be willing to budge, especially if you buy in bulk. I can’t make any guarantees but I’ll do my best to make deals happen.

Edited: all of the domains have been removed.

That’s it for today guys, send an email to if you see something you like or if you want to submit domains for next Monday’s newsletter.

All the best,

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