Crop Web has been a staple of the internet since its inception as an e-commerce site, with the company now operating over 70 million websites.
With the arrival of its first product in March, however, the web-based food delivery company saw its revenue plummet by more than a third.
Crop web saw a huge drop in revenue in the first quarter, according to a recent analysis from the research firm Techonomy.
The company’s revenues fell nearly 70 percent in the quarter, with revenue from the website falling as much as 80 percent.
CWS has been in talks with the Department of Homeland Security about the future of its website, which could be the next step in a process that could lead to the shutdown of the entire company.
Cops are already threatening to shut the entire CWS website down as a security measure to prevent a possible terrorist attack.
According to The Chicago Sun-Times, a federal judge is expected to rule soon on the CWS request for a temporary restraining order that would prevent CWS from shutting down.
CVS is also under investigation by federal authorities, and it has faced numerous lawsuits over its business practices, including the theft of millions of dollars in pharmacy profits.
CPD’s website is not the only website to be shut down this year.
Another Chicago-based company, Zendesk, has been dealing with a similar issue.
Zendec’s website has been offline since February, with no apparent explanation.