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Hi guys ive been trying since yesterday to access cousins uk website but all i get is a time out error or that the domain name needs to be renewed by owner ?

 

Anyone else having problems accessing the cousins site ?

 

 

Surely they would have kept up to date with their web info ?

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When on Cousins web site & was directed to a business loan company. Could not access Cousins for watch bits etc. Strange

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It won't won't work for me either. :(

 

Glad im not alone, its a real pain. I have tried all devices and different browsers but to no avail. Webchecker says the site is up and running but i can't access it  :pulling-hair-out:

 

Rogart63 - tried again and still no success :(

 

I need to order parts for customers but looks like im stuck :(  If anyone else has issues please let me know

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Hmm well at least i know im not going mad and my pc is having a fit, if others are having issues then i know its not my end. Hopefully the issue will resolve by monday as i need to order, i will give them a call to let them know there are issues.

 

Bummer :(

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No luck from my end either. They may well be having temporary server issues. Roy's WatchforumUK has had intermittent problems during the last few weeks - it does happen.

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I'm getting a "pending renewal or deletion" notification dated 18/6/2015.

Maybe his domain got hacked like Dagaz did a few weeks ago. Lost his domain so had to get a new one.

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Well it has come back up for me now, i have no idea what has caused the issues or even if cousins have been aware that it has been going on. I suppose i better order quick before it goes down again :)

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Looks like they forgot to renew their domain name - happened to me before.

 

They obviously quickly renewed it but it takes time for global DNS to propagate and that is why some of you were seeing the site and others were seeing the Network Solutions parking page.

 

 

 

Domain Name: COUSINSUK.COM
Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 2
Whois Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Referral URL: http://networksolutions.com
Name Server: NS.RACKSPACE.COM
Name Server: NS2.RACKSPACE.COM
Status: clientTransferProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 21-jun-2015

 

What I don't understand is why they did not renew it for the full amount allowable - 10 years. Look - they only renewed it for one further year:

 

Expiration Date: 18-jun-2016

 

 

It's cheap as chips to renew domains these days - probably would have cost them about $80.

 

Watchrepairtalk.com won't be up for renewal until 2023 :P

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