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GoDaddygodaddy.com
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2 months ago: Used to be a godaddy's client for several years on shared hosting. Every time when problem occured on servers and I tried to reach support team - it was a total frustration. Godaddy's support is absolutely inadequate and unprofessional. 1. They do not reply on e-mails AT ALL. 2. Live chat is always busy and offline. When you reach it, they say it's only for global questions and they can't help you. 3. When you make a phone call, they say: "estimated wait time is 50 minutes" (very expensive to wait while calling from another country. Technical problem that can be solved literally in one minute - remains unsolved for days, meanwhile your website is down, you lost money and visitors. Fucking idiots work there.
Arvixearvixe.com
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1 year ago: often have server issues like badgateway. support always repsonding for me. im neutral. with them.
namecheapnamecheap.com
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3 years ago: They customer device sucks badly, they might be cheap, but as most know this days cheap = crap !
monikermoniker.com
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3 years ago: Their user interface is not very user friendly. Also you can just about forget transferring a domain out of Moniker, very difficult to unlock a domain to release it to another registrar. Sometimes it is even impossible to renew a domain. When you contact customer service, they will say try again, we were having technical difficulties. And when you try again, same result. Total crap.
TDNAMtdnam.com
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3 years ago: TDNAM means The Domain Name After Market and it is run by Godaddy. They charge you $4.99 a year to be a member for what should be a FREE service. Buying expired domains or domains offered for sale isn't bad and the service has many advanced search features if you are looking for certain types of domains. However, if you want to sell domains there, you can list for free, but when you sell a domain TDNAM disclaims the deal regarding the funds. While no domain transfer will be made till TDNAM receives the funds and transfers the funds to you, if the buyer charges back you are screwed. This applies to domains up to $499. Over $500 and Escrow.com is utilized so you are safe then.