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More then one account at Godaddy

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by jason2009, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. jason2009

    jason2009 Senior Member

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    I recently read a post about registration $1 at Godaddy.Its only for new customer.I have already a account.So if i make a new account with same PP/CC it that create any problem.After registration,i will transfer it to my existing account.
    I am waiting for your opinion about that.Will it make my account suspended ?
     
  2. ivictus

    ivictus Regular Member

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    I have one I just leave it as a separate account with fake contact info, except for the phone number and cc. They always call these $1 specials to up sell them. Also be sure to check again later on the account because they will slip something into your account that is free at first but has recurring billing later.
     
  3. blazingprofits

    blazingprofits Registered Member

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    it is better to use different information when creating another new account, it saves you from sleepless nights if you are worried..
     
  4. denisrud

    denisrud Newbie

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    I used to have 2 accounts with godaddy, it was troublesome to update data in both of them ! Then one day I called them on their support helpline and asked anonymously if it were ok to have two accounts and was it possible to merge both of them into a single account. The guy said YES OFCOURSE.

    So, I called again this time I told them my account details and got both accounts merged into a single account, voila no issue, whatsoever! I believe having 2 or more accounts is not against godaddy policy.
     
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  5. RebelMaster

    RebelMaster Junior Member

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    It's okay to have multiple accounts. Domainers do that all the time.

    When I sell a domain name, I make a new account and push the domain to this 'new' account and when I receive payment then I send the buyer the account user name and pw (I tell them to change the account profile to what they want).

    Make things simpler to transfer the domain faster. Especially when it's still under the 60 day new transfer rules.

    RM