Domain suspension can happen for a number of reasons. In most cases, suspension occurs because your registrar (Namecheap!) sent a domain information request via email, and you didn’t respond. Domain screening tools can flag your domain or account for issues, leading Namecheap to get in touch with you for clarification. For more severe issues, your domain could be suspended immediately without warning. Often, all it takes to lift the suspension is responding to the email sent by Namecheap, helping to understand why your account or site should be unsuspended. Information problems, like missing contact details or payment issues, are common causes of domain suspension. So, lifting a suspension in low-risk cases should be quick and easy. However, if your domain practices continue to breach Namecheap Terms of Service (TOS) , or other reasons outlined in this post, then alternative actions may be required.