Domain Name Not Working

If your domain name has suddenly stopped working it is probably because you have failed to respond to the email verification request.

As domain name ownership is controlled by email addresses, new domain name registrations require email address verification. This simply involves clicking a link sent to you.

If new domain name owners do not verify their email address by responding to the verification request, the domain will be suspended after 15 days and it will no longer work.

To re-activate your domain simply click the link sent to you to verify your email address. If you are not seeing the verification email in your inbox, be sure to check your spam folder (it may end up here if as emails with links are sometimes flagged as spam).

It may take some time for your domain to begin working again as the name server information re-propagates throughout the internet.

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