Suspended Website Due to ICANN (Resolved)

Posted by Grace under General Info on October 14, 2014

My experience in suspended website due to ICANN (Resolved). How I resolved my WordPress blog issue on Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

Want to know I resolved a suspended website due to ICANN? Today October 15, 2014, my website was suspended due to “not verifying the WHOIS contact information in my domain registrant. After I received an email confirmation with the registrant, I should wait for at least 24-48 hours to make my website available again.


Did you encounter this thing also? The new ICANN validation process should be available in your domain registrant. Kindly read the validation process and do it immediately to avoid getting suspended on your website or blog.

Suspended Website Due to ICANN (Resolved)

When I am verifying my WHOIS information of my website. I received an email from my registrant stating the following with a validation code/link;

As of January 1, 2014, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has mandated that all ICANN accredited registrars begin verifying the WHOIS contact information for all new domain registrations and Registrant contact modifications.
The following change has been made to the Registrant contact information for one or more of your domains and requires verification:
Name Juan dela Cruz
Address 1 Address 2 City Mexico State Province
Postal Code Country Email Address
Please click the link below to verify the Registrant email address. You have a 15-day window from the time of the contact change to verify the email address. After 15 days, the domain(s) associated with this Registrant contact will be suspended until the e-mail address is verified.

My domain registrant is very supportive, my mistake is didn’t open my email.

How to verify your blog in ICANN? Just go to your domain registrant, login, go to manage domains, check the WHOIS verification, fill out the necessray details suchs as complete name, address, phone number and email address. As simple as that, do it now to avoid suspension of your blog or website. You will receive a confirmation regarding your WHOIS verification via email.

Due to my responsible blogging attitude, I announced to my Facebook followers about this announcement;

Announcement: is not available within 24-48 hours due to new ICANN  Internet Corporation of Assigned Names & Numbers regulations in verifying the domain name (WHOIS Information) Thank you.

Suspended Website Due to ICANN (Resolved)

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I don’t want to focus about the suspension of this blog, when I opened my email, I didn’t worry about this thing. Actually I feel great because Rhonda Byrne had sent me and remind me about appreciation and gratitude.

Let me share it to you.

From The Secret Daily Teachings (Hardcover)
There is a difference between feeling gratitude and appreciation for something, and feeling attachment to something. Appreciation and gratitude are states of pure love, while attachment contains fear – fear of losing or not having what you are attached to. When it comes to something you want in your life, appreciation and gratitude attracts, and attachment pushes away. If you are feeling afraid that you will not get what you want, or losing what you have, then you have attachment.

To remove the attachment, keep shifting yourself into a state of appreciation and gratitude, until you can feel that the fear has gone.

May the joy be with you,
Rhonda Byrne

That’s a good thing about subscribing in the website that can help you especially when bad things happened, thank you to all my readers and visitors to Thank you also to my domain registrant for their great services.

Thank you to my experiences in investing, that’s why I can share a lot about personal finances. Thank you First Metro Asset Management, Inc (FAMI Save and Learn Equity Fund). Thank you Philequity Fund, Inc, thank you BDO UITF Easy Investment Plan and thank you COL Financial for my stock investing.

Noticed Received when OFFLINE: You have reached a domain that was pending verification per ICANN rules but has since been verified. It may take 24 to 48 hours for the website to come back online.

Did you encounter the same problem? How did you resolve your suspended website due to ICANN? To all my readers and loyal visitors of, I want to make an apology for this. As soon as this website is available again, you can enjoy the useful articles written in this blog.

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