Welcome to Domain Movers. We focus on company related domain name transactions and report these very early findings to you. These often indicate new brands, future advertising efforts, domain name upgrades and more.

Here are the movements detected over the weekend (mainly Saturday, which are happenings from Friday):

Verizon has acquired the domain name BeVisible.com, adding to the 7,600+ domain names they already own.

DigitalDivide.com has been acquired by a currently unknown MarkMonitor client. The domain name was acquired via Afternic in late July 2017 when the domain was for sale using the Uniregistry system. The domain then transferred to Dynadot under whois privacy.

C.R. Bard, Inc. has acquired PureWick.com from its past owners.

Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC registered the domain name HeinzMayo.com, adding to the 1,900+ other domains the company already owns.

Comedy Central has acquired TheOpposition.com for a new show called The Opposition with Jordan Klepper. The domain was for sale using Uniregistry at the time. To note, on July 20, 2017 I mentioned many domains being registered in relation to Jordan Klepper and several of those domains hinted at The Opposition show. All the domains were registered by Viacom, which owns Comedy Central. The company does a great job owning and using premium, make sense domain names.

Safenames Limited used DropCatch.com to secure TheCodeTeam.com on the drop for a currently unknown client.

Carrot.co has been acquired by domain buyer Marksmen for a currently unknown client. The domain was acquired at Sedo. Marksmen also acquired HelloDidi.com and HoverGames.com for unknown clients.

Backcountry.com has acquired BasinRange.com at domain name aftermarket service Afternic.com.

Honeywell registered DeadBits.net, with DeadBits.com currently being owned by HugeDomains and being offered for $2,695.

MummyDog.com has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. The domain has been registered since 2008.

BRGT.com has been acquired by NetNames client Aktieselskabet af 21 November 2001 (BestSeller.com). The domain name held an offering price of $18,500.

Canada Plumbing Inc. has acquired CanadaPlumbing.com from Name Administration Inc.

ABC, Inc. registered PaperlessPedia.com adding to the 19,000+ domains they already own.

Hershey Chocolate & Confectionery Corporation registered ReachForReeses.com

CoinRate.com sold for $8,888 at Sedo, which was owned by BuyDomains.com. The buyers are currently unknown but are likely end users.

OriginalUse.net, .org, .info, .asia, .ca have been registered by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. DomainMarket.com owns OriginalUse.com currently and has a price request on it. Target Brands, Inc. registered OriginalUse.us on August 25, 2017, so they are also likely behind the other registrations that are currently using generic whois data. I reached out to Mike Mann and he confirmed OriginalUse.com has just been sold.

BBGA.com appears to have been sold. The domain was owned by AskMySite.com prior and registered at GoDaddy and moved into whois privacy upon transfer to Network Solutions.

TK Autoyard LLP has acquired AutoYard.com out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio for an undisclosed amount.

JEVS Human Services has acquired CareerScope.com. The domain was owned by a Aaron Melgar of San Francisco prior. JEVS has held the CareerScope trademark since 1996 and the domain has been registered since 2003. I wasn’t able to see any UDRP filing.

WorstCase.com has been acquired by Quirk Books from Name Administration Inc. for undisclosed amounts. The company has a series of books called The Worst-Case Scenario and it’s likely use.

WorldwideFashion.com has been acquired by Italian company Julian Fashion S.r.l out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio.

Allstate is preparing for hurricane Harvey claims and registered the following domain names: AllstateHarvey.com, AllstateHarveyClaims.com, AllstateHurricanHarvey.com and AllstateHurricaneHarveyClaims.com

AGCM, Inc. (American Greetings) has acquired ShareJoy.com from its past owner, which had it for sale using Uniregistry Market.

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Jamie Zoch is a domain investor, dad and dedicated husband who founded DotWeekly.com in 2008 to bring unique and helpful views on domain names. Jamie is very passionate about domain names and helping others learn and prosper.

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