I purchased the domain "facebookmarketplace.com" about a year ago on a random whim for $5, and surprise that it was available. About a month ago, a small company contacted me saying they were interested in purchasing my name, since I had not done anything with it. After hours of research, talking to a lawyer, posting on forums - I got the overall advice that because it had the word "facebook" in it, that the site would not be worth what it normally would be (due to the extremely valuable keywords "facebook" "marketplace"). I heard plenty of stories about people having domains even as harmless as "mikeonfacebook.com" getting cease & desist letters from facebook and getting shut down. So bottom line, I took the majority of the internet's advice, as well as this lawyer (not sure how much he really knew on the specific laws regarding the power of FB and it's infringement laws) and sold it to the for $1,400. Sweet. Made $1,400 for doing nothing. I'm 21. But that's ****ing pocket change still.... now I have seen why they wanted the domain from me.... it is just being used to forward to http://www.oodle.com/ which is a major company..... so they probably sold it for wayyyyy more to them and I feel like I just got ****ed I feel like crying. I knew I should of held onto it. After all, "paypalsucks.com" and many sites like that have been in operation for years. I SHOULDN'T OF TAKEN THE INTERNET'S ADVICE ****. IN a selfish way I am hoping that Facebook takes that away from them, I really really really do. Did I **** up or what? Does Oodle.com have the right to own my domain that was sold to them? I feel like they are still breaking infridgement laws because they are using facebook's name to make a profit... right?? Im just freaking out a but.