SECOND UPDATE (12/10/11, 8:45 A.M.) – Please see this morning’s post.
UPDATE (12:56 P.M.) – According to the WHOIS info, it looks like the domain is back in SU’s hands and this issue is on its way to being resolved. Depending on where you are, you and your customers may or may not see your DBWS for the next few hours, but it looks like everything should be back to normal soon!
It looks like Stampin’ Up let their stampinup.net domain registration expire. Subsequently, it looks like it was snapped up by a domain reseller. Until this is resolved, anybody trying to go to your DBWS will see the following screen, instead:
This means, currently, you and your customers do not have access to your DBWS.
There is, however, a workaround you can use to continue to give them access to your online ordering site (which resides on the .com, rather than .net, site:
- Find all of your DBWS links
- Replace the DBWS URL with: http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=XXXXX
- Replace XXXXX with your Demo ID
This will at least allow your customers to continue ordering product from you online.
If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. And please share this with every Demonstrator you know with a DBWS!
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