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# 106971 3-Aug-2012 18:03
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Hi all,
I've been sitting on two domain names that I intended to use but never got around to doing so. I got them in the early days thinking they would be ideal for use with web/network-based services. AFAIK, one had been used prior to 2000, the other unused. I've had them for 7 years.

1st.net.nz

to.net.nz

My interests have taken me in a different direction so I would like these to go to good homes. If you are interested please message me. 




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  # 667566 4-Aug-2012 18:38
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How much are you looking for them?







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  # 667601 4-Aug-2012 20:32
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CamH: How much are you looking for them?


Any reasonable offer will be considered. I'm not looking to make a profit out of them and I didn't buy them with the intention of onselling, so I'm not going to be stupid about the pricing. In a perfect world I would love to recover what they owe me, which is $600 for 1st.net.nz and $720 for to.net.nz. I don't expect a perfect world though Wink

 
 
 
 




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  # 897086 17-Sep-2013 16:35
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I've still got these domains sitting unused. Is anyone interested in taking them on? 

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  # 897112 17-Sep-2013 16:46
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You could try listing them on trademe




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  # 897151 17-Sep-2013 18:42
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try offer 1st.co.nz to the guys who own 1stdomains.co.nz?




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  # 897152 17-Sep-2013 18:44
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Fully expect you to say "no thanks, I'll hold out for other offers" but I'd happily give you $100 for to.net.nz :-D

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