(10-14-2019, 08:04 PM)Kreesher Wrote: Like I told you I try to used another domain there and now they don’t even get the nameservers
I had a great experience with Freenom too in the past and have been using Freenom for many years - I started with dot.tk before Freenom was created. Then a few years back they went through a stage, just before they became Freenom (from dot.tk), when they very ruthlessly took domains back for sometimes no reason at all, not even traffic. I then lost two domains that way. But continued to use them. That stage of ruthlessness then became quiet for a few years, and looks as though they're back with those strange filters again. Maybe a bright spark programmer in the Netherlands decided to create filters for certain reasons that we're not familiar with yet. We'll probably soon hear about it in discussion forums like we had heard about the complaints during the previous ruthless times. There were dot.tk/Freenom users who had really ranted about what Freenom had done to them.
So when I noticed a problem with the Freenom domains with you and also another user here, I thought to go into my account and create domains with dot.gq, and it won't create domains for me. I wonder whether there is a limitation now on the number of domains one is allowed to have - although they say nothing about it in their rules. Like possibly they just decided to create a filter to limit the number of domains one can create. It comes up with a weird message after I've gone through the process of adding the new domain, that there was an issue with adding the domain and it couldn't be added.
I've got four domains with Freenom (3 dot.tk and 1 dot.ga).
This is the message that comes up after I've gone through all of the effort to create a domain:
Some of your domains could not be registered because of a technical error. These domains have been cancelled:
It then lists the domain that I'd gone through trouble to create.
Other possibility is that the domains DNS are in the process of being hacked. Like yours may have been. And they've temporarily halted new domains for certain regions. I'm currently in South Africa. My address is the United Arab Emirates where I'd been for a number of years. They didn't like the change - perhaps. I guess there are plenty of reasons, but bottom line is that I can't create new Freenom domains with my current account with them.