11 Sep As Full As Possible List of EIG Companies and Brands With Details Beware EIG Hosting! Part1
s. karshis , USA www.handtevy.com/ – I thought Godaddy was the worst – I’ve spent hours on the phone/chat with support with these guys to get a basic shared hosts running. They came recommended so I tried one customer and they messed up the account requiring I re-register. Ok, no big deal… I’ll try them again. Current website (basic Joomla install) first had a mysql server that kept filling up. I had to walk 2 tech support people through the solution (clearing logs on the server – which of course I don’t have access to). Now I’m getting 504 and 503 errors along with my customers calling saying the site is down. Just host support is insisting the site is fine. At least Godaddy generally owns it when there are problems. I think first level #Justhost support is told to do everything possible to blame the customer till – HOURS latter, you get someone who partially knows what they are doing and only then do they sometimes understand enough to help.
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November 10, 2014 by Michael (the author) 36 Comments
Update from August 2, 2013 (source: Mashable):
Unanticipated additional issues are occurring. We are continuing to update as more info comes in…
Update from December 31, 2013 (source: the WHIR):
Endurance International Group filed for its IPO earlier this year, but its hosting brands have suffered from several outages in the process, tarnishing its brand
Endurance International Group brands Bluehost, HostMonster, HostGator, and JustHost are ending 2013 with a massive outage affecting customers worldwide.
Update from April 16, 2014 (source: the WHIR):
More Downtime for HostGator and BlueHost Customers…
These lengthy outages are becoming too common for some customers… Some customers on Twitter have reported spotty access to sites over the past three days.
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