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    Should Youhosting resellers be banned here?

    Simply put, I see a lot of hosts burst out onto the scene with little or no knowledge of hosting, and simply "resell" youhosting. What are your thoughts on disallowing youhosting resellers?
    Too many websites I have made/changed to list lol. One of these days I will make one and stick with it

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    the reason i use youhosting is because its better then the p2h reseller i use

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    Is that .COM or .CO.UK?

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    its a .com

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    Oh in that case you should proberbly block them out.
    They are terrible.

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    See rules for webhosts #4. How is youhosting any different from those listed? It should definitely be blocked.
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    They shouldn't. Atleast they are real hosting companies.

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    I raise the Q as I want to say I remember one reseller program that was not allowed to be posted in this forum, I want to say byethost. Not sure what the difference is, but youhosting "resellers" have popped up here out of the woodwork. There is no diversity when 10 new "hosts" offer the exact same thing, and then will have a hard time providing any type of support when something goes wrong.

    EDIT: Isnt youhosting considered a co-branded host?
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    Too many websites I have made/changed to list lol. One of these days I will make one and stick with it

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    Nope it a reseller I can chose how much to give each user
    I use them because two posttohost closed on me on 2 mouths

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtwiscool View Post
    Nope it a reseller I can chose how much to give each user
    I use them because two posttohost closed on me on 2 mouths
    I dont care why you chose them, this is a discussion on whether they should be allowed for hosting offers. Dont feel special because you are one of the 100 that have posted their "hosting" using them.
    Too many websites I have made/changed to list lol. One of these days I will make one and stick with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sain Cai View Post
    I dont care why you chose them, this is a discussion on whether they should be allowed for hosting offers. Dont feel special because you are one of the 100 that have posted their "hosting" using them.
    i provide lots of support for my host's
    when ever something goes wong i will put it right
    i use them because they are vary fast
    please don't ban youhosting

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    Dude, now you are spamming.
    Too many websites I have made/changed to list lol. One of these days I will make one and stick with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sain Cai View Post
    I raise the Q as I want to say I remember one reseller program that was not allowed to be posted in this forum, I want to say byethost. Not sure what the difference is, but youhosting "resellers" have popped up here out of the woodwork. There is no diversity when 10 new "hosts" offer the exact same thing, and then will have a hard time providing any type of support when something goes wrong.

    EDIT: Isnt youhosting considered a co-branded host?
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    See rules for webhosts #4. How is youhosting any different from those listed? It should definitely be blocked.
    I had the same thought. It really shouldn't be allowed, because that's what it is.
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    I believe it's a cobrand and then it should be blocked according to our rules, yes.
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    It now more diffent then any other reseller
    ps. Please don't ban me

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