Once Subject of UDRP, SmartWallet.com Sells for $175k

At the end of 2020, a UDRP was filed against SmartWallet.com at the National Arbitration Forum. In response to the UDRP filing, Andy Booth, who acquired the domain name for $25,239.50, filed a federal lawsuit. It turns out that Andy’s company won the UDRP and the lawsuit ended up being terminated.

This morning, Andy announced that he sold SmartWallet.com for $175,000:

In looking at the SmartWallet.com landing page, it appears the domain name was sold via Dan.com. The domain name is now registered at a Dan.com-connected registrar, so I presume the purchase was already funded and the domain name transferred. Andy mentioned that the buyer used the BIN option to purchase the domain name.

Because of GDPR – and also likely because the domain name was just sold – the buyer of SmartWallet.com is not yet known. It will be interesting to see if the buyer is the same company (LE Holdings LLC) that filed the UDRP.

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