Last week OnlineDomain.com reported that DN.com had shut down. DN.com initially said that after a few days the website would reopen.
Today a new email message was sent that more or less says that DN.com will be closed indefinitely. Because of government requirements the website will remain closed for several days more. DN.com asks for patience that is never a good thing.
If you need access to your account you can go to admin.dn.com that seems functioning. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
A reader left a comment that the website dnd.com had the same content as dn.com while it had a different company name and phone number. I visited it yesterday and that was true. Today it just says “403 Forbidden”. Strange…
Here is the complete message from DN.com:
Last week, DN.com website was temporary closed for modifying the entity, and for the requirements of the government, the website will remain closed for several days more. Please keep informed that admin.dn.com is available to you with all functions. If you have other questions, please feel free to contact email@example.com and we shall serve you timely.
Due to the sudden change, we have received many inquiries and concerns, thank you for all your support and love to DN.com. Once entity modification is completed, DN.com will be back on.
Spring is the time for giving birth to the newborns, DN.com is also gaining momentum for a new start. Let?s wait patiently and expect DN.com?s new return. Thanks again!
UPDATE: DN.com came back up a few hours later. Read more here.