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The Domain Name is FOR SALE
ForeignSavings: The domain name was officially and originally registered on April 9, 2000. Its pre-paid registration has been extended to April 9, 2017. Its single ownership makes it possible for the same registrar ( to transfer to a new owner in a matter of days. We have also always used the same reputable escrow service ( to protect buyers. The money is not released by to the seller until the transfer of the domain name is made to the buyer AND the buyer confirms to that they are satisfied with the transfer and they have control of the domain name. The process works as it should and provides domain name buyers who email us an assurance that they are in fact dealing with reputable people.

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Peter N. James, P.O. Box 510281, Punta Gorda, FL 33951-0281 USA

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 A Worldwide Internet Sales History Worth Noting

According to the reputable web sites, and/or, the credit, business, finance, banking, savings, loans, and mortgage-related domain names were SOLD by other entrepreneurs in U.S. Dollars as follows: (SOLD for $9,999,950 in the year 2008); ($3,000,000 in 2000); ($2,750,000 in 2004); ($2,450,000 in 2012); ($1,900,000 in 2003); ($1,500,000 in 2000); ($1,015,000 in 2007); ($1,000,000 in 2012); ($900,000 in 2007); ($706,000 in 2005); ($750,000 in 1999); ($706,000 in 2005); ($600,000 in 2013), ($500,000 in 2000); ($500,000 in 2013); ($480,000 in 2008); ($270,600 in 2010); ($260,000 in 2008); ($250,000 in 2009); ($242,400 in 2006); ($215,000 in 2010); ($100,000 in 2014); ($75,000 in 2011); ($75,000 in 2011);