EEF (dot) in + Speeding (dot) in

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  1. Mattitude

    Mattitude New Member

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    Just curious as to what people would say it they are each worth at the moment?

    Thanks :)
     
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    Jeff Canada Administrator Staff Member

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    Both are very nice names!

    EEF.in - I think that this is one of the better LLL.in. I think that at a Sedo auction you could get at least $200, possibly more.

    Speeding.in is a good brandable domain that could have many uses. I think that it's worth low $xxx to a reseller.
     
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    EEF.in --> $125 and above (reseller)
     
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  4. Mattitude

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    Re: EEF (dot) in and Speeding (dot) in

    Thanks for the appraisals :)

    I can't see myself letting go of them any time soon though anyway :p
     
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    That's too bad!

    I think you should have cleared above in your first post itself.
     
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    Indeed I should have, and I apologise to all concerned - it was merely curiosity on my part as to how far things have gone since I originally registered them.
     
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    Jeff Canada Administrator Staff Member

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    There's no problem in asking for an appraisal, even if you have no plans to sell. I think appraisals are one of the best ways of figuring out if you're doing the right things.
     
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    Thats what appraisals are for. No bindings on selling. Good decision on keeping it.