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To date, no money back guarantee

I got no refund from that thief. Use a credit card when dealing with anyone to prevent fraud.

@Uli Plank

That boy is a real thief, isn't he? Of course he put his affiliate links on your site and if you use his s___ then you have NO control over your site.

More people need to report that criminal. I posted about his unethical hosting practices on

Original review posted by user Dec 21, 2016

No money back guarantee SCAM Buyer Beware I purchased web hosting and autoblog but seller suspended my account after only 7 days and claimed that I violated the TOS when I "installed a plugin without authorization that caused a 500 error in his own site that propagate and collapsed the server...we do NOT allow installation of plugins that may use excessive server resources, such as building backlinks plugins, ads rotators and ads managers, many stats plugins, some opt-in plugins, URL sharing plugins, emailers plugins, uploaders/sharing plugins, ‘magic traffic’ plugins and so on." In fact, the autoblog wasn't working on one site and caused 500 Internal Server Error (see -- I was getting 1000+ traffic from the autoblog with the previous reputable and well-known host but only 100+ with his reseller service. When I requested access to my .htaccess file so I can fix the 500 error, he choose to suspend the account instead of allowing me access to my own .htaccess which was not available on his limited cPanel hosting, which is incredible.

I filed a Paypal dispute as a result and the seller escalated it to a claim instead of refunding my money. What a fraud. There is no no money back guarantee which is a scam. In the dispute he claimed that I violated the TOS by installing plugins and I had only installed 2 popular security plugins that everyone knows are essential: Wordfence and Jetpack Bruteprotect.

I never had a webhost suspend my hosting account before but then I was dealing with major reputable and legitimate companies. This no money back guarantee is fraudulent. Buyer Beware don't fall for no money back guarantee scam. Avoid no money back guarantee web hosting which I found out with Paypal dispute "We don't refund any of our products neither services"...

-- that's right, there is no money back guarantee web hosting which is a scam BEWARE -- there's no posting of no money back guarantee web hosting anywhere on seller's website -- there's no posting of no money back guarantee web hosting features. Seller told me his hosting supported autoblogs but gave me only 700mb disk storage to begin with. -- there's no access to .htaccess file in root folder of no money back guarantee web hosting -- Seller of no money back guarantee web hosting is operating a fraudulent service and he's a reseller -- Seller of no money back guarantee is paying for positive reviews on TrustPilot by giving discounts to people who leave reviews which is totally unethical. Every reputable, legitimate, well-known, reliable and reasonable web hosting service like Hostgator, Siteground, Bluehost lists web hosting features, offers a 30-day or 45-day money back guarantee, gives you access to .htaccess file, and offers reliable support but there is no money back guarantee that offers nothing but a scam -- no money back guarantee is unknown web hosting with no transparency and is not Paypal verified, and is a scam Don't give money to unknown hosting for expensive autoblogs that don't work on no money back guarantee web hosting.

Instead, purchase reliable hosting from reputable, well-known web hosting company that doesn't give incentives or positive reviews and build your own autoblogs with current autoblog plugin in WP Repository and if you don't know how to do it ask for help or hire a freelancer. I simply want to warn you that there is no money back guarantee and save you the unnecessary expense and hassle of dealing with fraudulent characters. I want to expose fraudulent people like no money back guarantee web hosting juan pedro claudio who is the posterboy for fraudulent web hosting service.

This is my bad experience with that bad no money back guarantee web hosting reseller. Buyer beware there is no money back guarantee web hosting which is a scam.

This reviewer shared experience about not as described and wants this business to issue a full refund as the author lost $110. workingonit is overall dissatisfied with Ahead Hosting and uploaded picture s. The most disappointing about ahead hosting web hosting at Ahead Hosting was no ahead-hosting money back guarantee web hosting Reviewer wants customer support to reach our to him or her ASAP for further discussion of this matter.

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Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada #1271365

Hi, it would be great if "Workingonit " could contact me.

I'm still with Ahead-Hosting put will report him.

All of scams and now he VERIFIED himself as owner of my website.

He removed my meta tags and put his in. He also replaced my affiliate ids.

Anyway could contact me at Facebook

Uli Plank -carved eagle -

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