Be careful who you are hosting with!

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Be careful who you host with because you may not like what you get!

Companies under EIG
2slick.com
AccountSupport
A Small Orange
ApolloHosting
Berry Information Systems L.L.C.
BizLand
BlueDomino
Bluehost
Dollar2Host
Domain.com
DomainHost
Dot5Hosting
Dotster
easyCGI
eHost
EntryHost
Escalate Internet
FastDomain
FatCow
FreeYellow
Glob@t
Homestead
HostCentric
HostClear[
HostGator
Hostnine
HostMonster
hostwithmenow.com
HostYourSite.com
HyperMart
IMOutdoors
Intuit Websites
iPage.com
IPOWER
JustHost
MojoMarketplace.
MyDomain
MyResellerHome
NetFirms
Networks Web Hosting
Nexx
PowWeb
PureHost
ReadyHosting.com
Saba-Pro
SEO Hosting
Southeast Web
Spry
StartLogic
SuperGreen Hosting
USANetHosting
VirtualAvenue
VPSLink
WebHost4Life
Webstrike Solutions
Xeran
YourWebHosting
Directi
ResellerClub
BigRock
LogicBoxes
webhosting.info

Here’s the History of Problems

Hosting Controversies
Privacy issues

American citizen Anthony Chai filed a lawsuit against Netfirms on August 24, 2011, alleging Netfirms disclosed his IP address and email to the government of Thailand after Chai posted comments on a website hosted by Netfirms.

August 2013 Hosting blackout
During the morning of August 2, 2013 the data center in Provo, Utah,[36] experienced unexpected issues that affected customers of Bluehost, HostMonster and JustHost, and took down many of the dedicated servers owned by HostGator customers.The company was unable to respond to most phone calls because of the network outage at Bluehost’s datacenter.

December 2013 Hosting blackout
During the afternoon of December 31, 2013, the data center in Provo, Utah, experienced unexpected issues that affected customers of HostGator Company websites and Company phone services.

April 2014 Hosting blackout
During the afternoon of April 16, 2014, the data center in Provo, Utah experienced a networking issue in some server clusters that affected some VPS, Dedicated and Shared server customers of iPage, Hostgator, Justhost, Hostmonster, and Bluehost. The outage began at approximately 11:00 AM PST, affecting not only dedicated servers but also email delivery. As of 10PM PST on April 17, the problem was resolved for most users, but not for all. Users of dedicated servers were still finding it necessary to contact support to have remaining IP address problems corrected.

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