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After Pizza.com, next is Pizza.net

The domain name pizza.com highest bid is US$2,605,000.00 the original owner is Christopher Clark. The current whois record as of today April 13, 2008 still pointing to his information. The transfer of domains to the winning bid still not complete.

The Clark Family
ATTN: PIZZA.COM
c/o Network Solutions
P.O. Box 447
Herndon, VA 20172-0447
570-708-8780
Record expires on 16-Jun-2012.
Record created on 17-Jun-1994.

Here's the history of pizza.com auction and the final bid:
http://www.greatdomains.com/auction/auction_history.php?language=us&auction_id=27887

Now the owner of Pizza.net tried to cash in with the popularity of "Hot" pizza.com sale. So it was listed in TDNAM.com and the winning bid at US$1,150,000.00. If the bid is confirm, the pizza.net will be the highest sale for .net domain extension as of year 2008.

The most expensive recorded .net sales are SEX.NET for US$454,500 in a 2006 Traffic Auction and PORN.NET for US$400,000 just this year.

As we monitor this sale, we would like to know who will be the next owner of pizza.net. As of this date April 13,2008 the current owner is using ID protect service to hide his/her contact information from spammers.

Domain Name: PIZZA.NET
Created on: 17-Jul-98
Expires on: 15-Jul-08
Last Updated on: 02-May-07

Administrative Contact:
Private, Registration Domains by Proxy, Inc.
DomainsByProxy.com
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 United States
(480) 624-2599
Fax -- (480) 624-2599

Will update the whois record once we see the confirmation of the sale.

Pizza.info owner tried it as well for a closing bid of EUR13,000.00.
See the bidding history here: http://www.sedo.com/auction/auction_history.php?language=e&auction_id=29441

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