Sony's Gaming Websites Go Offline Becuase They Didnt Pay The Bills

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Sony's Gaming Websites Go Offline Becuase They Didnt Pay The Bills

Bullet Jul 17, 2014

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    It happens to every webmaster at times, they loose track of the dates and bills and sometimes (not every month XYZ) the website will go offline due to a late payment. You wouldn't expect that to happen to Sony though would you?

    Well it did,"Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) sites www.soe.com and www.sonyonline.net were sometimes redirecting users to generic holding pages from Network Solutions.
    Some SOE-related sites for games such as Everquest, Everquest 2, Landmark and H1Z1 were also apparently affected.
    A spokesperson at Sony's headquarters in Tokyo said the electronics giant was looking into the matter.
    On Twitter, however, SOE President John Smedley suggested that the company had failed to pay its website bills.
    "The payment notifications went to a junk email box," Smedley tweeted, adding, "Someone left and it got caught in the replacements junk filter. Simple as that. Embarrassing as that. No point dodging."
    "DNS problems could take up to 48 hours to resolve," he wrote, adding, "We are really really sorry on this one folks. Embarrassing and preventable. We screwed up."
    "The login issues reported this morning have begun to be resolved," an SOE community relations staffer wrote in a forum post on Tuesday.
    "However, some players may be unable to connect to SOE services intermittently for up to 48 hours, including websites, forums and games. We apologize for the inconvenience."

    Don't feel bad Sony it can happen to anyone once in a while :p
     
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