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Why doesn't www.Godaddy.com work for me?
First off, Why doesn't www.Godaddy.com work for me? Many thanks for any comment. Another question... What do you think of these prices?.

Http://e21.com/index.php?a=5&b=752&c=..

Comments (20)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably know..

Comment #1

I think that eplayer.com is worthing more than 1 mill ....

And 5best.com and 10top.com are overvaluated .....

Just my opinion .....

Do you own them ?

Comment #2

I heard a little dude screaming "The plane-The plane" because we have just visited Fantasy Island...

Comment #3

M you s t... r e s I s t....

M you s t... r e s I s t....

M you s t... r e s I s t.....

Comment #4

Next time I visit the supermarket I will a bag of flour for 50 cents. When I get home I will replace the 50 cents sticker with a one million dollar price tag. Then I will advertise my bag of flour for sale on the internet as a great investment opportunity only $1 million. If you think this is silly that is what this guy have done except he's used HostGator names instead of flour...

Comment #5

Yeah, but just imagine the cake you could bake for a $1,000,000 bag of flour..

What part of NY did you say you were from? LOL.

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Comment #6

Back off Gene, she's mine!.

Hmmm...we really better stop it. LOL..

Comment #7

And property.com sold for $750k.

I love the generic taglines "Great Investment!" and "Financing Available" and crap..

Funny thing is, if it was financed for 30 years and the monthly payment was $4,000, they'd still be over-paying if they stopped after making only one payment...

Comment #8

But they sure are drawing attention to themselves, that is the only reason I think people do stuff like this... It's like the $40,000,000 domains you see on ebay... Must be starved for attention I guess... or trying to pad their traffic stats.....

Comment #9

I should know better than to toss around such puns!.

The funny thing about most of those $99,000,000 auctions that you see on ebay... if you click them, the state their "actual asking price/range", which is often times, much lower than the advertised price..

Example.

(just a random auction that happens to be up right now)..

Comment #10

Just let me run and get my wallet, I'll take them all!.

The names aren't the worst in the world but they clearly aren't worth that much. Perhaps someone should lowball him for $500k for ePlayer.com..

Did you guys catch the $50k off of AmericanPoker.com? That's a steal!.

Well yes, I mean we are talking about Gene and -db- here...

Comment #11

I'll assume you're referring to our highly refined sense of humor. HA!..

Comment #12

I blame Gene. I was an innocent prude until he arrived here. He's a bad influence on me...

Comment #13

I can't decide whether I should go w/ a "very rare", a "smart investment", or just a plain, old "good investment"..

Does anyone know if they except PayPal?.

Definitely some nice names on the list. I can hear the collective Gulp! when one of them shows up on Duke's list- maybe not at the asking price, but hey, what's a few $100,000, here or there?..

Comment #14

CasinoPoker.com.

That's your best bet Michael, a "smart investment"..

I wonder what the PayPal fee is on $5,000,000 ?

Comment #15

Wow, they have a real nice name for that GoDaddy site ay? e21.com....they probably want 5mil for that gem.

About $150,000 ~ $200,000..

Comment #16

Punter.com is going for 3 mil, but defensiveend.com is unreg'd..

Comment #17

Complaining about those prices - lol.

Visit Ebay, and pull out your wallet folks..

I saw there the term "super natural great investment moneymaking mega site" and I loved it..

Comment #18

I guess since there can only be one punter.com registered that would indeed make it "Very Rare".

Classic..

Comment #19

Damn,, should see what they charge to list a HostGator there!!.

BARGAINS and subcategories.

Price Plan Type: fee based.

Charge per Listing: $ 200.00.

Charged for Bolding: $ 100.00.

Attention Getter Charge: $ 200.00.

SHOWCASE and subcategories.

Price Plan Type: fee based.

Charge per Listing: $ 300.00.

Charged for Bolding: $ 100.00.

Attention Getter Charge: $ 200.00.

SPECIALS and subcategories.

Price Plan Type: fee based.

Charge per Listing: $ 250.00.

Charged for Bolding: $ 100.00.

Attention Getter Charge: $ 200.00.

FEATURED and subcategories.

Price Plan Type: fee based.

Charge per Listing: $ 250.00.

Charged for Bolding: $ 100.00.

Attention Getter Charge: $ 200.00.

SITES for SALE and subcategories.

Price Plan Type: fee based.

Charge per Listing: $ 300.00.

Charged for Bolding: $ 100.00.

Attention Getter Charge: $ 200.00.

Crazy people!!!!!!!!..

Comment #20

I think he missed some in the Listing.

YouGotTeBeJoking.com $5,000,000.

GetRealisticWithYourPrices.com $10,000,000.

ThereIsOneBornEveryDay.com 25,000,000.

You see prices like this every day on eBay..

Comment #21


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.