Could you please help me?

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My domain is:
I don't know how to log in so that I can rebuy it ... I have 6 days to find out it... receive this email:

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Welcome to the community @suzan_yumerova

I see you received certificates in the past for that domain name.

But, the domain name is no longer valid. You will need to find out why that happened.

It is currently available for purchase so maybe you let the domain name expire?


I'm not sure what you mean by "how to log in" or "rebuy it", because Let's Encrypt certificates are free of any charge. (Although hosting providers can/are allowed to charge for offering a service which uses Let's Encrypt..)

As @MikeMcQ already said, the domain is up for grasps by anyone willing to pay registration fees at any random DNS registar, so my guess is your primary issue is at your hosting provider, assuming your hosting provider also dealt with the DNS registration.

That said, Let's Encrypt is not a hosting provider, so unfortunately we cannot help you with that. The hosting provider is the company which you've paid to have your site hosted in the first place.


Thanks... Maybe on Monday( If possible, I will find a solution...).


thanks... to be honest... I don't know.


Do you pay or have you payed a company for your website? Or does/did anybody else?


Don't wait to renew your domain. Someone else may take advantage and leverage you.

And here's why:

I'll buy it for a penny and give it back to you! (Seriously don't wait!)
Hope this helps!


I sow it now... thank you very much


Thank you


The domain name still does not appear to owned by anyone whois lookup -


@suzan_yumerova in the current Internet naming model, you need to buy your domain name (using a domain registrar), and pay for yearly renewals for that name via your registrar. This may be a separate company from your web hosting, or it may be the same company in some cases. But it's a necessary first step and it looks like that's missing (it looks like the ownership of your domain has lapsed completely).


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