st3fx wrote: As of today (September 13, 2019):
* cellnuvo.com domain name expires December 27, 2019
* cellnuvo.com SSL certificate expires October 23, 2019
Will be interesting to see if these are renewed prior to expiration.
Also, here are some other domains associated with the same SSL certificate:
As of October 2, 2019, the cellnuvo.com (and other domains listed above) SSL certificate expires:
December 22, 2019.
The SSL certificate shows a timestamp: Monday, September 23, 2019.
Thanks st3fx and scriptninja.
I'm not knowledgeable about certificates, but I'm intrigued by the comments. Here's what I think I'm reading from the comments (and I'd be glad to be corrected if I don't have this right......)
The SSL certificate for CellNuvo has been extended, which might indicate an action intended to make the site remain viable/accessible.
But, it may not be an indicator anyway, since the SSL certificate serves for several related sites, so if one of those sites remains intentionally viable, the others may appear intentionally viable just as a side effect?
And.. it appears to be issued by an entity that might renew without additional action by CellNuvo, so it may not be an indicator for CellNuvo.com or the related sites??
So perhaps the domain expiration or renewal December 27 will be the indicator to watch?
I truly believe that Tom is a decent guy and he never intends to defraud us. The problem is the ads wholesalers refuse to pay him so consequently he cannot afford to pay us. You wouldn't expect him to use his personal account to meet his business obligation, would you? (I have to say that this is a good idea for the $800 his company owes me though Get real! You would not expect a politician to pay his voters with his own money, otherwise you are dumb. A politician uses other people's money to pay off some people, and usually he gets a commission.