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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by RedQueen, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. RedQueen

    RedQueen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    hi to all

    is there anyone who give bad reviews or bad experience after purchasing godaddy domain name

    thanks for sharing

    cause I encounter bad error now..
     
  2. 2011nfl

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    I have heard of quite a few people having problems with them. Personally, I have been using them for years, and have spent upwards of $100k with them on various products and services they offer, and I have never had a problem that a simple phone call to them didn't fix. I would suggest giving them a call to get it sorted out. They have 24/7 customer support :)
     
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  3. mpulse

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    yeah good on domains sucks royal ass for hosting
     
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  4. RedQueen

    RedQueen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    thanks a lot guys.
    you deserved a thanks
    yes there hosting really sucks..

    but they already emailed me and try to fixed the errors

    thanks
     
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    I never understood the whole good on Domains bad on Hosting thing. When you have a registrar as popular as GoDaddy and you could easily offer your clients at least a decent hosting package, why wouldn't you? I mean, I know they offer it, but why wouldn't they give their customers a quality product that people would stick with and be happy to use? From a business standpoint, it's a dumb move on their part and they're losing out on a lot of money.