SweatCollective.com is available! Sweat Collective is a great name for a fitness chain or dance club.
Sale includes the plural – SweatCollectives.com.
Priced at $275,000 USD.
Our domains names are offered at prices set by their owners. Buyers are first come, first served. Stock swaps, in lieu of cash payments, for the right companies, public or private, may be available. Serious inquiries only, please.
Paid in $USD or equivalent value of company stock or note.
Lease (when available)
One year lease renewable for one year within 30 days of lease end. Maximum of four renewals for a five-year potential lease term. $USD only.
Year 1: 20% of the purchase price
Years 2-5: 12.5% of the purchase price payable each year
We request a 7-day buyer pay period for escrow, once a cash price is established. We use Escrow.com for escrow services and the buyer pays any applicable escrow fees. Normally, escrow fees are under 1% of the purchase price, depending on the price. Confidentiality of buyer and price is available if negotiated before the purchase.
Once you have found your domain name, email us and will we begin the escrow process for you. Once terms are agreed upon, cash purchases are executed online. Using Escrow.com ensures domain transfers are simple and secure. For asset swaps and more complex sales, we will work with the buyer to best enable a safe and mutually beneficial transaction.
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You may be able to register your own trademark without too much difficulty, but get help when you need it. If you’re filing for a patent, we strongly suggest you contact a patent attorney. Patent filings can be very complex. Always protect your intellectual property the best that your budget and skills will allow. Owning the right domain name is an important piece of your company’s intellectual property.
It is your responsibility to determine your ability to trademark any mark for your specific purpose.
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