Hi there,

A bit left field, but I've had this issues *similar* to this before. It sounds 
like a network or ISP cache issue.

Once it was a company proxy not grabbing the latest files from the webserver 
and serving up old code, the other time, an ISP was caching website data in 
their proxy to limit load on their webservers.

In the 2nd instance, we had to call the ISP and have them manually remove the 
domain form their cache list.

You may want to contact the ISP / hosting company to make sure the site isn't 
on a cache list.

Worth a shot (the site looks fine for me here in New Zealand :) )


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