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ICANN has terminated DNGlobe LLC’s ICANN accreditation effective February 22 2010.
In a letter to DNGlobe ICANN outlined why the registrar’s accreditation is being pulled. Apart from anything else they do not have a WHOIS server accessible on port 80 ie. via a browser. Their website is currently unreachable as well, which is not a good sign.
They also owe ICANN fees, though not as much as some registrars recently culled.
What’s also interesting is the registrar in question obviously hadn’t been paying their registry bills with Verisign, as the letter mentions that Verisign may begin suspending domains immediately.