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January 24, 2012, 06:20:28 AM
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Sorry you had to go through this - at least it's a warning to the rest of us.

I've been looking at a few Bitcoin hosts, but since Bitcoin is "Bitcoin" aka you won't get crap back if you're dealing with crooks.

We'll just need to wait for reputable hosting site(s) that exist & accept modern forms of payment to start accepting Bitcoin - not "founded with Bitcoin".

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February 01, 2012, 06:17:35 PM
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We'll just need to wait for reputable hosting site(s) that exist & accept modern forms of payment to start accepting Bitcoin - not "founded with Bitcoin".

Umm hello, is this thing on (tap, tap).  Microtronix has been a reputable hosting provider for 10 years Wink, we have clients in 7 countries of the world and offices in two Wink  We not only have accepted CC's for years but we also accept Mexican Pesos, Lempira's and Quetzales Wink

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February 01, 2012, 07:41:19 PM
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We'll just need to wait for reputable hosting site(s) that exist & accept modern forms of payment to start accepting Bitcoin - not "founded with Bitcoin".

Umm hello, is this thing on (tap, tap).  Microtronix has been a reputable hosting provider for 10 years Wink, we have clients in 7 countries of the world and offices in two Wink  We not only have accepted CC's for years but we also accept Mexican Pesos, Lempira's and Quetzales Wink

http://www.microthosting.com
And I can vouch for jfreak - his services are legit!
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February 02, 2012, 12:19:48 PM
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I didn't know that refund for domain name can be possible  Roll Eyes
if you pay domain name registration, with CC or with BTC, there is no money back. it is paid and they can give refund only from their pocket but they can not take back registration of domain. so, it is quite logical that refund is just promise but not reality or maybe some registrants are ready to send refund/money from their pocket. it is different in the case of webhosting, they can send money back without damage for them. in any case, I don't recommend to anyone to test service than to buy only if they are serious about buying, 2 days is fast to decide if some hosting is good or bad.
I have several websites and I send money "cash in the letter", from 2009. webhosting cost me 12 eur per year (1GB space, 20GB bandwidth, plus I created much more subdomains than it is allowed) and one domain cost me 8 eur. I have 3 domains and the main domain has 3 subdomains. from 1Gb, I use 400MB, and the biggest space is occupied by my wordpress blog (I uploaded video and mp3 files), other my sites are flash and html/css, so, I use only one database for wordpress.
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February 02, 2012, 08:10:52 PM
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Thanks for the heads up. :-)

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March 13, 2012, 07:05:35 AM
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Ya .. I screwed up and used them without looking them up here first ...
lost my bitcoin and the domain 'thefiatfreezone.com' to them ...
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March 13, 2012, 07:35:14 AM
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Ya .. I screwed up and used them without looking them up here first ...
lost my bitcoin and the domain 'thefiatfreezone.com' to them ...

Gonna need more information than that...

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March 13, 2012, 04:55:46 PM
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Ya .. I screwed up and used them without looking them up here first ...
lost my bitcoin and the domain 'thefiatfreezone.com' to them ...
They aren't a registrar, are they?

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March 13, 2012, 05:03:31 PM
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Ya .. I screwed up and used them without looking them up here first ...
lost my bitcoin and the domain 'thefiatfreezone.com' to them ...
They aren't a registrar, are they?

They have a reseller license as one, yes

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