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:

Location Reports
Lagos, Lagos State 1
Enugu North, Enugu State 1
Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg Region 1
Los Altos, CA 1
Damansara, SGR 1
Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City 1
Vancouver, BC 1
Broomfield, CO 1
Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá 1
PETROL BUNK ORR, KA 1

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Namecheap Issues Reports

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

    @Namecheap no, i shopped elsewhere, but if you want me to get ahold of your technical and design department, I can show you how to develop a login system that is proper and pleasant. of course i wont be pleasant to them, calling them retards and idiots

  • Gus Younis (@GusYounis) reported

    I've seen a lot of GoDaddy ads in Arabic on YouTube recently. If you're new to the online business, don't use them. I was their client for about 10yrs and I always had problems. Use @Namecheap instead, way much better

  • Network Solutions (@netsolcares) reported

    @greenwireIT @Namecheap @Cloudflare @GoDaddy You would need to call into our support or submit an authenticated support ticket through you account manager to enable two factor authentication, correct. You may receive an offer on a product if it is possible that you can benefit from it.

  • BanannaPudding (@BanannaP) reported

    @tarochan_is_me @HikariX86 Looks like Hikari's domain is registered with Namecheap, I recommend them too! Whatever you do, never get anything from GoDaddy. You can google why. In short they are awful. Also, double-check renewal prices. Some TLDs have very cheap 1st year, e.g. $2/y, but renewal is $50/y.

  • Network Solutions (@netsolcares) reported

    @greenwireIT @Namecheap @Cloudflare @GoDaddy Network Solutions does currently offer two factor authentication. If you would like to set this up on your account, please contact our support team at 1-800-333-7680.

  • ΛJ 🤜🏾🤛🏻 (@alanajoy) reported

    @mediatemplehelp @Namecheap has confirmed that the DNS has fully propagated yet the site is still showing the media temple account login page upon landing instead of allowing me to complete my WordPress install. Your response is appreciated.

  • Hamad (@HAMAD_ALQASAR) reported

    @firebird1409 @x0_1372 @masonasons @jaybird110127 @nikola_stojsic yep, namecheap can help, but more better to use a vps server for mail and other stuff. also you can use freenom to get a free domain for 12 months. and you can pay 5 dollars per months to digitalocean, or less with other vps hosting for a server. or use with your localhost.

  • Vince Malfeo (@vincemalfeo) reported

    @SolitaryMindset @HGSupport @HostGator @Namecheap Let me know how Namecheap goes...I'm so tired of Hostgator. Have 2 accounts here, chat support is worthless. Phone support is a little better but still...people working there are not knowledgable of technical issues and just Google answers.

  • Ladi (@dipowo) reported

    @Namecheap guys, my company's email system on your server isn't working. We can't send or receive email. Kindly fix up pls.

  • The Malliard Report (@MalliardReport) reported

    @Namecheap its not worth digging back tho. I am hoping this is the last time... I feel tech support was unhelpful... hard to believe you don't have supervisors or a phone number to call and speak to someone. I fixed with google search results since your tech team kept sharing the same link

  • BukanOrangBaik (@Yon_Delonge) reported

    @Namecheap I can't log in because I lost my Google Authenticator and backup code, but email support and live chat have no response

  • Dave Fravel (@dfravel) reported

    @NameCheapCEO thanks so much, Richard. I was almost positive that this was a registry issue, and not @Namecheap's doing. I appreciate you confirming that.

  • Juliya Zinovjeva (@JuliyaZinovjeva) reported

    @reallogointern @NameCheapCEO @Namecheap My apologies for the inconvenience. I've passed this case to our Head of Customer Support, you should get a response from her within an hour or so.

  • KaDi Yao Tay (@kadi_akb) reported

    Namecheap support is the bomb!

  • Me (@salesas) reported

    @Namecheap I think that without removing the limits it’s impossible to move from Google. While O365 doesn’t support the “+” it does allow effectively unlimited aliases (though the + is a killer feature).


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