It’s a year ago since Martyn Hett was tragically killed along with 21 other people, after a bomb exploded at the Manchester Arena.
Today, one year on, Martyn Hett‘s website is up for sale for $2295 by the company HugeDomains.com, a company that sells domains it describes as “premium domains”.
Martyn has become a Twitter legend since his death, with his name trending numerous times since last year. A heartwarming hashtag #BeMoreMartyn is reminding people to have fun and not to take life too seriously.
MartynHett.com is still linked from his official Twitter account. Visitors who visit his URL are greeted with a sales page, offering the domain for thousands of dollars. The original domain would have most likely cost under $20.
HugeDomains.com is offering the deceased PR manager and reality TV star’s former website for a whopping $2295 or in 12 monthly payments of $192. As part of their sale’s pitch, the seller reminds potential customers, “Besides being memorable, .com domains are unique: This is the one and only .com name of it’s kind. Other extensions usually just drive traffic to their .com counterparts.”
HugeDomains is not the only company selling the domain, name.com is selling it for £1965.