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  • useful? YESNO+2

    They customer device sucks badly, they might be cheap, but as most know this days cheap = crap !

    by Michael / 3 years ago

  • useful? YESNO

    I liked the ease of payment especially with Bitcoin

    by adzver / 6 months ago

  • useful? YESNO-1

    sooo much cheaper than Godaddy. like about 7 dollars cheaper per .com registration. plus now Godaddy is charging $9.99 for whois privacy – that’s outrageous! Namecheap only charges a few dollars or if you buy more than one whois privacy guard in a package deal, it’s even cheaper, like just over a dollar.

    by Duggg / 4 years ago

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