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05-19-2007, 08:28 PM #1loginGuest
cpwebhosting.net - a review and warning
cpwebhosting.net - a review of their service. I post it here because I see that they are very actively pushing their hosting here.
Two weeks ago I ordered web hosting at cpwebhosting.net. Until yesterday they could not provide me what they promised and yesterday I got an email that they will refund my money. Every single time I have wanted anything to happen its me who have contacted them, they never took the initiative. Sure, I had some special requirements, but I was promised from the first contact with them that they could deliver. And cpwebhosting.net was repeating that promise many times later until suddenly BANG "We cannot deliver".
Its one guy here from cpwebhosting.net, thats jacobandr, selling their services here ( /showthread.php?t=12361 and /showthread.php?t=12342 ) . Thats the guy that promised me all my requirements in the first place.
This company really know how to waste my time.
I am not saying that you should use or not use cpwebhosting.net. This is just my experience with them.
05-19-2007, 09:45 PM #2JackalGuest
Thanks, I will keep this in mind!
05-21-2007, 03:07 AM #3ExpocolGuestOriginally Posted by login
Well, now a days, most of the people used to ask, certain things from the companies, for doing proxie hostings, spasm, which I feel, is a danger to our Internet society. You said that cpwebhosting does not fulfill your special requirements, I seem that they may be having some problems, mite be possible that your request was not legitimate and it may be also possible, that sometimes, in a 1 lac cases, it does happens, so cannot blame company who has got such a long service period.
Don't make us fool, by posting such kind of bullshit things.
Jackal I don't think, we must agree with this guy.
05-21-2007, 03:18 AM #4
Originally Posted by Expocol
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Thanks, this man has asked for the 10 IP's from different blocks, 3 of the IP's from different blocks were being provided to him, and then a some time was being asked for providing more IP's, as you can understand, that just giving 10 IP from different blocks means, 256 x 10 IP's need to be disturbed and for the same we requested him to wait for some time, we are always avaiable for 24 hrs giving support by live help also, so no question of we delayed anything, It is although true that, we asked him some time, there was no question of not fullfilling his need.
I talked with the company support guys for the same, for which he was being promised by jimcpweb1, but the their team said, that presently they can 3 IP's and for the rest he need to provide some time for them But he asked for the return of the money, which was returned to him for the same moment, if he could have waited then, I don't think, his requirement, would not have been fulfilled.
05-21-2007, 03:28 AM #5ExpocolGuestOriginally Posted by jacobandr
05-21-2007, 03:37 AM #6deepshikhaGuest
Spam brings a denial of services
Spamming has also been used as a denial of service ("DoS") tactic, particularly on Usenet. By overwhelming the readers of a newsgroup with an inordinate number of nonsense messages, legitimate messages and computing resources can be lost in the deluge. Since these messages are usually forged (that is, sent falsely under regular posters' names) this tactic has come to be known as sporgery (from spam + forgery). This tactic has for instance been used by members of the Church of Scientology against the alt.religion.scientology newsgroup (see Scientology versus the Internet) and by spammers against news.admin.net-abuse.email, a forum for mail administrators to discuss spam problems. Applied to e-mail, this is termed mailbombing. The Usenet Meow Wars (around 1996) were DoS attacks on various newsgroups aimed at specific posters that disrupted the newsgroups where they were active. The DoS attacks launched by Hipcrime, which continue today, are more crafted as DoS attacks on entire newsgroups. The alt.sex newsgroups were rendered uninhabitable by commercial porn site spammers, partially for advertising purposes and partially to destroy a perceived free competitor. (This spawned the creation of the moderated, unspammable soc.sexuality newsgroups.)
Forged e-mail spam has been used as a tool of harassment. The spammer collects a list of addresses, then sends a spam to them signed with the name of the person he or she wishes to harass. Some recipients, angry they received spam and seeing an obvious "source", will respond angrily or pursue revenge against the apparent spammer, the forgery victim. A widely known victim of this sort of harassment was Joe's CyberPost, which has lent its name to the offense: it is known as a joe job. "Joe jobs" have been used against antispammers: in recent examples, Steve Linford of Spamhaus Project and Timothy Walton, a California attorney, have been targeted. Sometimes victims (such as ROKSO-listed spammers) are subscribed to lists that don't practice verified opt-in, such as magazine subscriptions and e-mail newsletters, a practise known as subscriptionbombing.
Spammers have abused resources set up for the purposes of anonymous speech online, such as anonymous remailers. Many of these resources have been shut down, denying their services to legitimate users.
E-mail worms or viruses may be spammed to set up an initial pool of infected machines, which resend the virus to other machines in a spam-like manner. The infected machines can often be used as remote-controlled zombie computers, for more spamming or DDoS attacks. trojans are spammed to phish for bank account details, or to set up a pool of zombies without using a virus.
07-08-2008, 03:39 PM #7
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- Jul 2008
thanks for the info.
08-13-2012, 10:43 PM #8
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- Aug 2012
Why do I see this as just a inflammatory post?
This post seems to me to be just an inflammatory post to give us a hard time. Look it is in the words I was promised something but it was not ture.... what was and what was promised??? Everything we have is posted on the site and so what would we promise that we don't have?? Come on these types of post are just from other hosts trying to hurt others.
08-20-2012, 08:10 PM #9
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Thread Closed - It is going no where, and i believe OP is just trying to cause web host problems. If the OP would like this thread re opened to continue discussion about this subject, please submit proof of dispute to my inbox and i will review it and make an unbiased decision on reopening it.