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Can i use a godaddy domain for nulled scripts

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by eng152, Jan 18, 2009.

  1. eng152

    eng152 Power Member

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    I have a question related for Godaddy domain names, usullay we buy domain names in godaddy. All we are know about offshore hosting accounts.
    What will happen when we use a godaddy domain with nulled script in an offshore hosting account.
    Will godaddy take an action about it? please advice me.
    (I need to install a nulled VBulleting copy)
     
  2. jadsn

    jadsn Regular Member

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    I think its a bad idea to use a vbulletin nulled script because I heard they catch people all the time. I doubt those who care will know what registrar you used. As far as I know they can only tell your hosting.
     
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    Godaddy won't be able to see what you are hosting on another person's server....only you and the hosting company will know that.
     
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  4. eng152

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    Thanks a lot for both you with fast replies, What will happen if i use a NL offshore hosting account. They say "we are not checking nulled scripts"
    I know nulled scripts is not a good idea, but for a start it can be useful.
     
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    i know nothing about nulled vbulletin, but ive used lots of kind of nulled scripts without having any problem. I think it depends on how well the script is nulled. Most of the scripts im using are nulled by a very expert geek (even have to pay a small fee to do it), so I'm not really sure.
     
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    I haven't had a problem using nulled scripts but I have never used vbulletin. If the vbulletin get nosey and figure out that you are using a nulled copy, just be prepared to pay at some point. All you would have to say to them is I bought the site from a guy with vbulletin installed so I didn't question it. I think you will be fine but just prepare for the worst I guess.
     
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  7. eng152

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    I think that's the good way, when have money, i can buy it, because there are many VB license sellers in DP.:D
     
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    From their site:

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    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89197
     
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  9. eng152

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    Thanks for the reply here, what are the steps that Vbulletin take for nulled copy? I mean in web hosting, Domain etc.