Namecheap Outage Map



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Namecheap provides services on domain name registration, and offer for sale domain names that are registered to third parties (also known as aftermarket domain names). It is also a web hosting company.

Namecheap Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:

LocationReports
Irvine, CA3
Owings Mills, MD1
Angora, PA1
Ann Arbor, MI1
Hornsey, England1
Levittown, NY1
San Jose, CA1
Alloa, Scotland1
Lancaster, PA1
Santa Rosa, CA1
Vienna, Wien1
Denver, CO1
PETROL BUNK ORR, KA1
Düsseldorf, NRW1
Hebburn, England1
Berlin, Land Berlin1
Amsterdam, nh1
Cumming, GA1
Fenton, MO1

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Namecheap Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • 2sec4u (@2sec4u) reported

    @jeszicawii the Namecheap API sucks so hard

  • south (@pixelcutter) reported

    Super impressed with @Namecheap customer service especially after the horrendous support from domain monster since 123reg bought them

  • TheOreoMonster (@monkeypusher69) reported

    @Namecheap Unfortunately I already cancelled my service, and it looks like the sale price I got is no longer available. Perhaps on another project down the road.

  • ْ (@brokerful) reported

    @namecheap Is the website down?

  • Chris Jones (@JonesyChris) reported

    Fantastic update "We screwed up, you can't do anything to fix the issue, we don't know when we can" I'm sure glad your team is holding my domain name hostage @Namecheap I bet lots of class action lawsuits come of this

  • WordPress Medic (@wpmedic) reported

    @DavidB1ane @Namecheap What's the issue they are not willing to help you with?

  • David Blane (@DavidB1ane) reported

    @Namecheap I received your email that you will not help. I am just following up so people know that you will not help.

  • Chris Jones (@JonesyChris) reported

    So @Namecheap broke their services, deleted my dns records, and can't fix it due to an issue on their end thats been going on since July 6, 2018. I didn't need any services anyway

  • Varun Deva (@VarunDeva) reported from PETROL BUNK ORR, State of Karnataka

    @Namecheap Billing Problem..!! Amount Deducted but not reflecting on my account

  • Nathan Ziehnert (@theznerd) reported

    And seriously... if you're looking for inexpensive hosting with great features... definitely check out @Namecheap. I don't shill products frequently but they definitely get my recommendation... always quick to fix my (normally self-imposed) issues and really stable for my needs.

  • Rich Felker (@RichFelker) reported

    @wpmedic @stevecheckoway @Namecheap For better or worse, it kinda is if you want to have a legal entity present in those countries. For bad laws the only winning move is not to be present, but for GDPR you should just follow it.

  • Rich Felker (@RichFelker) reported

    @wpmedic @stevecheckoway @Namecheap That may be true but it's not GDPR compliant. Local microsites do not help because someone to whom GDPR applies can be using any of them. Any registrar doing that is going to be hit with HUGE fines.

  • TOOKL (@TOOKL) reported

    @Namecheap Over 6 months ago I paid for an email upgrade (pers to professional) . Capacity wasn’t increased! . Mistake fixed today. BUT i was DENIED EXTENSION OF RENEWAL DATE. Why? Would like to stay customer but not without extension gratis.

  • WordPress Medic (@wpmedic) reported

    @RichFelker @stevecheckoway @Namecheap GDPR protection only applies to EU residents. If registrant is not located in EU, their WHOIS info will be publicly displayed. So they either have to pay for privacy protection or use free service if registrar offers it.

  • Rich Felker (@RichFelker) reported

    @stevecheckoway @Namecheap Only thing @Namecheap screwed up on was promoting "whoisguard is now free" rather than "whoisguard is obsolete thanks to GDPR, everybody gets whois privacy for free". CS rep ack'd it was a whoisguard issue and fixed it quickly so I probably won't be leaving over this.


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