Domain Expiry halts Unemployment Benefits

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 As of 01/12/2020

For Colorado residents who are unable to find work, came another problem striking. People were looking to file their unemployment claims when they realised that the website wasn’t working, reported The Daily Sun.

The website in question was myui.coworkforce.com. Although the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment didn’t specify the reason, later it was found that the domain had expired. Network Solutions the registrar for coworkforce.com stated that the domain had expired on November the 28th.

The website however, was back online shortly thereafter. The expiration couldn’t have done much damage as there are other ways to receive your unemployment claims offline. Still, it must have raised suspicion among the residents of the state that is facing a hugh uproar in unemployment post Covid.

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