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So, my site TrinityDigitalMedia.com is hosted by a certain webhost. I had a problem with my paypal account, so the payment was late. There was no way to resubmit without calling them. When I finally got in touch with them, they had sent my account to collections (for $30/6 mos) and added a $18 late fee too it. It just seems excessive to me to charge a person like a 60% late fee.
I called them and tried to discuss it, but I just wanted you to know that procedures like this exist out there.
BTW, I've learned another lesson. Don't use included domain registration b/c now my daughters' domain names are held hostage in addition to my unbacked up content.
I know not a lot of people still read my infrequently updated blog or listen to my (now every 6 months) podcast. This just makes me mad.
BTW, I didn't say who they are b/c I don't want be mean and show grace. I think once this 6 months is over I'm going to npvx.com who's been hosting PaulClifford.org for a couple of years w/o a hitch. They're cheaper and run by a CMN-er (I think).
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kbob (Tuesday, August 12th, 2008)
From looking up your domain, it doesn't appear to be the hosting company I was thinking of, which does the similar thing.
But at least with the company that did that for me, it was in the agreement when I signed up, so couldn't complain I was getting what i agreed to. The account was jsut to get a windows web hosting server to practice ASP.net anyhow, so nothing major during the downtime.
Some places too can give you headache when you decide to quit hosting with them and take the site somewhere else, would recommend move the domain to another service as well.