The Owner Of This Domain Is Willing To Entertain A Sale Or Other Proposals.
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- M AND M: Mr. and Mrs.
- M AND M: Money and Markets
- M AND M: Morbidity and Mortality
- M AND M: Mix and Match
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- Owner has declined a number of six figure US$ offers for the domain.
- Asking price: Offers welcome. Cash + equity and other creative structures may be entertained.
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Potentially, the MandM.com domain name could be the perfect domain name for a financial networking website.
Money And Markets (Google)
Major And Minor (Music) (Wikipedia)
Morbidity And Mortality (Google)
Modigliani-Miller Theorem (Investopedia)
Make And Model (Google)
Additionally, there may be many other interested parties who may wish to shorten and/or upgrade their existing brand names. Such uses could be abbreviations such as “Mike And Mike”, “Mike And Mark”, etc.
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