Per Pando`s web site:
<<Dear Pando users!
We have some bittersweet news.
Since our creation of Pando in 2005, we’ve helped more than 27 million people share files with each other. But all good things come to an end.
On August 31, we will be shutting down the Pando service.
Additionally, as of August 12, you will no longer be able to upload files using the Pando service, only download.
If you are a Pando Pro user, don’t worry! We will be happy to issue you a partial refund for the remaining time you have on your subscription. Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with Refund in the subject line to start the process.
We’d like to thank everyone who’s been with us through the years and helped make Pando the great program that it was.
Thanks for sharing!
We may be sunsetting Pando, but we won’t leave you in the dark.
We’d like to point you to a few alternatives for all your file-sending needs:
(Please note that we are not in any way affiliated with these sites. We just wanted to share some other sharing options!)
Pando might be gone, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop sharing!
If you are looking for a Pando Business or Game Download solution, or if you are an existing Pando Game Download solution customer, then please contact RELOADED TECHNOLOGIES. Reloaded is currently upgrading Pando’s customers to its proprietary “Super Node Delivery™” system to handle large, reliable and scalable download operations>>
Turbine failing to come clean, blaming it on a 3rd party when in reality they knew or should have known this was happening a month ago. Turbine failed to to prepare for this.
This reminds of the time Turbine failed to renew their domain names