If you visit DomainNameSales.com to check on your parking revenue or lead management platform, you will notice it is currently not operational. A message on the website states, “We’re taking some time to do some much needed maintenance. We’re not often down, but when we are it’s for a very good reason.”
Earlier this week, the company email customers to apprise them of the maintenance downtime. Here’s the message that was sent to customers:
DomainNameSales will soon be integrating with Uniregistry to make for an awesome new integrated experience called Uniregistry Market. However, before we can roll that out for everyone we need to do some maintenance work.
The site will be down from Saturday, November 20 10:00 AM EST (3:00PM GMT) until Sunday, November 21 at midnight EST (Nov 22 at 5AM GMT)
You will not be able to log in or use the Domain Name Sales website, but inquiries from potential buyers will not be affected and continue to be collected.
Thank you and sorry for the inconvenience
I’ve been looking forward to the Uniregistry / DNS integration, and we should be able to see it in a couple of days.
Having withdraws already. 🙂
Will the brand DomainNameSales.com go away eventually, with the launch?
Let’s hope that the integration will lead to a positive development for the domain industry.
The site is up. I like design. There is a message on the top of the page, very hard to read: “DomainNameSales.com – a Uniregistry® Company”