The CC in page 03 is OTP, meaning One Time Programmable, meaning the bits are flippable to 1 but not back, meaning the CC is 00 00 00 00 by default, but you can flip each 8 bits of each 4 bytes to 1, but not back, so only CERTAIN writes / updates are possible. At this point, the CC is totally fucked and cannot be recovered. It is critical because CC means "capability container", which is used by NFC readers to determine if the RFID tag being read is formatted for use as an NFC Type 2 compliant device or not. This CC is something completely different, so it is basically saying to any NFC reader device "I'm set up for another kind of application, not NFC. Sorry." and that's as far as it gets. It doesn't even bother to try reading or writing any of the memory blocks or so anything else for that matter.
Now, to Ashley's point, are you sure this is an xNT you ordered from Dangerous Things?
In either case, can you install the Dangerous Things support tool app.. if you do the scan it will bump open a new email to me directly along with the scan data. Send it to me but put in the body of the email a reminder of this forum thread... I get so many emails from people with just the scan data and nothing else.. no explanation of the problem or anything, and those I just ignore.