Another four-letter, single-word domain name has left the market.
Fall.com, a domain previously owned by Future Media Architects, Inc., has been sold in a deal brokered by Saw.com. According to Saw.com’s co-founder Amanda Waltz, the domain sale was facilitated by Saw.com’s broker Robert Wilson.
Waltz also mentioned that this was an end-user sale, but declined to comment beyond that.
As of publishing, there are few clues as to who bought the name and a cursory look at both Crunchbase and LinkedIn provides few clues as to the buyer’s identity. WHOIS doesn’t offer any hints either, since the domain is currently registered to a privacy-protected GoDaddy account.
The purchase price of Fall.com is likely to be far less than Future Media Architects’ recent sale of Cool.com, also brokered by Saw.com, but still significant.