Can I trust HostGator

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by djstarrock, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. djstarrock macrumors 6502a

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    From the Realmac Software (the Rapidweaver guys) forums, it looks fine.
     
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    Cool, but there seems to be a problem with the hatchling package it says yearly pay of when you go to buy it its like $83.40 dollars.
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    It supposed to cost $6.95 a year but when you go to buy it its says yearly $83.40 a year.
     
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    no..its 6.95 PAID YEARLY, not 6.95 a year.

    6.95 x 12 = 83.40
     
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    read it again. it clearly states it's $6.95/mo, paid yearly.

    why did you come straight here to ask that question? why not ask HG? they've got live chat, an 800 number, forums and email support.
     
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    I normally shy away from these dirt-cheap $10/month hosts, but HostGator has been a tremendous exception. I also have accounts with Dreamhost, 1and1, and A Small Orange, and HostGator kicks the crap out of the rest of 'em.
     

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