Bidders Don't Think Hell.com is Worth $1 Million

Posted on October 30, 2006

Pocket-lint reports that even with Halloween approaching the Hell.com domain wouldn't sell for $1 million. It was up for auction last Friday but bidders didn't want to pay what the seller wanted. An Internet domain name auction held last Friday failed to attract the bidders its sellers were hoping for. Moniker.com was managing the domain.

The Register ran a story in April that said the Hell.com domain was listed at $8 million. It is now up for an ongoing silent auction according to CNN.

In the end, Hell.com will probably sell for a large sum but not a seven figure sum. Either that or the owners will just keep the name and tell everyone to go to...


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