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DN.com Goes Offline Because Of Company Changes

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DN.com sent an email to all its customers announcing some “entity” changes and some kind of business development.

Accordingly, the DN.com website is temporary closed with the duration of 1-3 business days. During which period, you are not able to start new domain name transactions. If you have ongoing transactions, please feel free to contact service@dn.com.

This is the email sent by DN.com:

Spring is a season full of renewals and exciting changes. You may have already started a brand new journey pursuing new targets. Or you may just get started to face this nonstop changing world with an adjusted mindset. No matter what stages of life you are in, we are overjoyed to be on your side.

Here we’ve got a gratifying adjustment to share with you. Due to needs of business development, DN.com is about to modify the entity. Accordingly, DN.com website will be temporary closed with the duration of 1-3 business days. During which period, you are not able to start new transactions. If you have ongoing transactions, please feel free to contact service@dn.com and we shall serve you timely. Sorry for the inconvenience.

With the most delighted expectations, we hope to resume normal services as soon as the entity modification finished. DN.com is looking forward to keeping make contributions to your domain career in this fresh new season. Let’s welcome changes together!

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names and website and software development. He has been online since 1995 and a domain investor since 2002.

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10 comments

  1. Very strange. Normally they’d post a coming soon note. Or is there a sale of the business?

  2. Chinese companies have a strange way of operating.

  3. This type of action could make me lose faith in an escrow company, especially if I was owed money when the website went dark.

    Brad

  4. As far as I know, they are neither licensed nor insured and/or audited, I’d never allow them to manage my money or my domains …
    For those who are using them, hope they will come back after the 3 business days … lol 😀

  5. They must have the same tech support as DNforum.com.

    Server issues….

  6. Totally unacceptable way of doing business. An on-going entity closes its website for 3 days without good reason? This is not even the Chinese way.

  7. This is incredibly suspicious.

    That dnd.com domain has a different company and phone number on it too- it’s probably a scammer looking to cash in.

    You don’t change a domain name as well the operating company unless your company has been seized.

  8. Hi guys,

    Echo from DN.com here. Just so you know, DN.com website is back!

    We can’t apologize enough for what happened in the past days, but we surely have been working hard to solve things out. DN.com was not born perfect, nor is it perfect now. But we’re growing, developing and improving. We’re grateful for all the trust and recognition from all our users, and we aim to deliver high-standard service to the domaining community in the future. Thank you again! //Echo

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