Haven't seen this in a long time. A user is selling a list of 70 domains registered a couple of weeks ago at the Flippa auction and already has 48 bids with the last $1112 (for now)
Each domain has a fantastic description with sales statistics for domains with similar words or Adwords stats.
I think he ordered a paid auction for $ 9, the site says that this option will attract the maximum number of participants.
But the person has no fantasy and domains are absurdity. Registering domains does not mean being a domainer. A housewife can register domains.
You need to think about what you are registering. Well, Flippa is designed to sell anything.
Tell me who is in the topic. On Flippa.com there are web sites with a price tag below five dollars, but for putting the web site up for sale at a fix. the price of the service takes nine dollars at once.
As I understand it, this money is not returned even if the site is not sold. I have also seen auctions without a reserve from one dollar. And putting up for auction is even more expensive than fixed. price. What is the hidden meaning of giving 9 bucks and getting 5 ?