Discussion in 'Making Money' started by neweaver, Aug 7, 2013.
They forgot to renew domain :/
I don't think so
nevermind. it went to the namecheap name for thirty minutes weird. nevermind
maybe they were changing nameservers or something.
Looks like the domain has expired, if you can see the website you are probably viewing a cached version.
Not sure what else could be wrong with the site so i presume it is just an expiration, which is quite poor for such a website.
Highly possible actually, not sure why i didnt think of that :vroam:
same problem for me..
Works fine for me.
They still have 30 days to renew it and it is not expired quite yet. It will be tonight.
Creation date: 07 Aug 2012 20 : 23 : 00Expiration date: 07 Aug 2013 19 : 23 : 25
Have you tried emptying your cache and then accessing it?
It has nothing to do with the cache. See the post above yours. Seems like the domain is about to expire.
This http://220.127.116.11/ was posted in this thread http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/cpa/594131-cleanfiles-down.html
it should enable you to access CF
lol I see the recently registered page in namecheap. Did someone else buy it? :/
Even for me its getting redirected to namecheap.com
is that related with timezones? some of them saying its accessible but i am unable to access
try ipconfig /flushdns in command prompt.
It wouldn't just go down and become available for sale immediately first it goes through a sort of grace period - usually the registrar registers it for another year to allow the customer a chance to keep their domain even if it goes past the first expiration date. Then they can also sell it - GoDaddy is especially notorious about this but im pretty sure Name Cheap does the same.
It is not until a few weeks/months after the domains expiration date that it will become available to purchase from the registrar. So in short it is the same owner of the domain.
That's right .. the domain expired today
After this incident, I would never deal or contact cleanfiles, this shows how professional they are, not reading their emails or even caring about the network.
Separate names with a comma.