XPO Logistics and Sports Direct could not be reached for comment.
"All customers affected will receive an email about the cancellation and refund in the next couple of days".
Visitors are greeted with the following message: "we're now working hard to make some improvements to the website".
The decision comes days after The Times revealed that workers at House of Fraser's distribution centre in Wellingborough had been told by XPO Logistics, which operates the site, to stop accepting goods or processing deliveries.
"XPO is trying to hold us to ransom", the source said.
The department store chain apologised after it scrapped all orders that had not already been sent to customers. There is now no engagement, and no plans for any engagement, with no stock moving in or out of the warehouses, the source said.
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Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley said his ambition was to turn the department store into the "Harrods of the high street" after buying the firm from administrators earlier this month.
House of Fraser stated on Twitter that it does not have a timescale for delivery.
According to The Guardian, fashion retailer Jigsaw has removed stock from 20 stores, and brands including Karen Millen and Mint Velvet are also understood to have withdrawn some stock.
Richard Lim, chief executive of economics research consultancy Retail Economics, believes the acquisition is a "hugely ambitious move" for Sports Direct.
The £90 million rescue bid saw Sports Direct acquire all 59 House of Fraser stores, the brand and all of the retailer's stock. Turning around the business will not come easy.
The news follows at the heels of a payment dispute between XPO Logistics, which runs two of HoF's warehouses, and Sports Direct, who has stopped fulfilling orders for the retailer and who is owed 30.4 million pounds.