Something interesting which I have not seen before. The domain GoldAppraisals.com was for sale at the GreatDomains.com auction. It had no bids. I can’t be sure what the reserve was, but if memory serves me correctly it was one of the $1-$499 reserves (which usually means no reserve). And now you cannot bid on it. Was someone able to remove their domain from auction because it wasn’t going to sell for a price they wanted even though it was listed with either no reserve or a small reserve?

I took a screenshot when the change happened and now I cannot find the domain in the auction so it looks like they removed it. Unless there is an usual circumstance story behind this, this is not what an auction house is supposed to do. Any explanations from anyone at GreatDomains.com or Sedo?

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