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Shared Web Hosting with Ansible support for automation

easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature
edited October 20 in Shared Hosting Offers

[Removed by moderator because this user's provider tag has been revoked due to breaking LowEndTalk rules - Invalid WHMCS License]

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  • Easy come, easy go. Sounds like some fly-by-night operation.

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @dahartigan said:
    Easy come, easy go. Sounds like some fly-by-night operation.

    The names says so fast support

  • IziDIziD Member

    Sounds like scam. @FAT32 / @trewq , how this gentleman has obtained a provider tag?

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @IziD said:
    Sounds like scam. @FAT32 / @trewq , how this gentleman has obtained a provider tag?

    It's not a scam, It's a well genuine company providing 24/7 support to Web Hosting and System Administration. You can visit our website to know more about the company. We have applied for provider Tag with clean vision and evidences.

  • IziDIziD Member

    It's not a scam, It's a well genuine company providing 24/7 support [...]

    Replied here: https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/3292048/#Comment_3292048

  • DPDP Member, The Domain Guy
  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @DP said:

    Right.

    We are not using the official WHMCS license. I am using it from a reseller.

  • vyas11vyas11 Member
    edited October 20

    @DP said:

    Right.

    Dont' waste your time, mate. This provider had blessings from the highest level at LET.


    II understand the above is possible by kissing the ring.. of the anal kind.

  • ansible with ban incoming may be ?

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @vyas11 said:

    @DP said:

    Right.

    Dont' waste your time, mate. This provider had blessings from the highest level at LET.


    II understand the above is possible by kissing the ring.. of the anal kind.

    I am not looking about the Support Desk Software kinds of stuff, I just need it for holding the support ticket queue and billing. Doesn't matter if it's directly from WHMCS or from a reseller. Just I am concentrating on how to provide good support to customers by being available round the clock.

  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @webclouddev said:
    ansible with ban incoming may be ?

    I am not sure how ban is related to Ansible.

  • LukeQCLukeQC Member, Provider

    @easycomehost said:

    @DP said:

    Right.

    We are not using the official WHMCS license. I am using it from a reseller.

    Even if you purchase WHMCS through a reseller, it will show the license as authorized as long as they actually provide you with a license

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said:

    @DP said:

    Right.

    We are not using the official WHMCS license. I am using it from a reseller.

    Even if you purchase WHMCS through a reseller, it will show the license as authorized as long as they actually provide you with a license

    May be probably left their license in the past and found a new provider ( May be no direct relationship with WHMCS) . However, it doesn't matter for us to use WHMCS for holding tickets and billing-related stuff.

  • b0ltb0lt Member

    @easycomehost said:

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said:

    @DP said:

    Right.

    We are not using the official WHMCS license. I am using it from a reseller.

    Even if you purchase WHMCS through a reseller, it will show the license as authorized as long as they actually provide you with a license

    May be probably left their license in the past and found a new provider ( May be no direct relationship with WHMCS) . However, it doesn't matter for us to use WHMCS for holding tickets and billing-related stuff.

    Maybe, probably, blah blah. Nothing says "quality hosting services" like nulled WHMCS.

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  • LukeQCLukeQC Member, Provider

    @easycomehost said: May be probably left their license in the past and found a new provider ( May be no direct relationship with WHMCS) . However, it doesn't matter for us to use WHMCS for holding tickets and billing-related stuff.

    If you're using a legal copy of WHMCS then the license needs to come from WHMCS. Even if your WHMCS reseller found a new provider, that provider would be getting it from WHMCS somehow. I've never seen a legal WHMCS install fail that authorize site as each install gets locked to a domain thus they know if your domain is licensed or not.

    If the license has expired then your WHMCS would be disabled so you're probably using a nulled version which just goes to show that you didn't want to invest any money in your company so I won't be surprised if you disappear in a few months.

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @b0lt said:

    @easycomehost said:

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said:

    @DP said:

    Right.

    We are not using the official WHMCS license. I am using it from a reseller.

    Even if you purchase WHMCS through a reseller, it will show the license as authorized as long as they actually provide you with a license

    May be probably left their license in the past and found a new provider ( May be no direct relationship with WHMCS) . However, it doesn't matter for us to use WHMCS for holding tickets and billing-related stuff.

    Maybe, probably, blah blah. Nothing says "quality hosting services" like nulled WHMCS.

    As I mentioned in my previous reply, I am not taking care about WHMCS license whether it's nulled or not, Just have it for managing the clients and their support requests.

  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature
    edited October 20

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said: May be probably left their license in the past and found a new provider ( May be no direct relationship with WHMCS) . However, it doesn't matter for us to use WHMCS for holding tickets and billing-related stuff.

    If you're using a legal copy of WHMCS then the license needs to come from WHMCS. Even if your WHMCS reseller found a new provider, that provider would be getting it from WHMCS somehow. I've never seen a legal WHMCS install fail that authorize site as each install gets locked to a domain thus they know if your domain is licensed or not.

    If the license has expired then your WHMCS would be disabled so you're probably using a nulled version which just goes to show that you didn't want to invest any money in your company so I won't be surprised if you disappear in a few months.

    As I mentioned earlier, We don't take care whether the license is nulled or not. I am running WHMCS just for holding tickets.

  • LukeQCLukeQC Member, Provider

    @easycomehost said: As I mentioned in my previous reply, I am not taking care about WHMCS license whether it's nulled or not, Just have it for managing the clients and their support requests.

    How can you have 9 years in the hosting industry and not understand how bad that statement is?

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said: As I mentioned in my previous reply, I am not taking care about WHMCS license whether it's nulled or not, Just have it for managing the clients and their support requests.

    How can you have 9 years in the hosting industry and not understand how bad that statement is?

    There is no relation about experience and WHMCS panel usage. It's better than using an opensource panel.

  • LukeQCLukeQC Member, Provider

    @easycomehost said: There is no relation about experience and WHMCS panel usage. It's better than using an opensource panel.

    You're using a nulled version of the software so you have no idea whether or not there's a backdoor that can be used to access your servers added to WHMCS or the client data. Normally people that null software aren't the most honest lot so I definitely wouldn't trust any nulled software.

    You talk a lot about security but you're not even worried about using nulled software...

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @LukeQC said:

    @easycomehost said: There is no relation about experience and WHMCS panel usage. It's better than using an opensource panel.

    You're using a nulled version of the software so you have no idea whether or not there's a backdoor that can be used to access your servers added to WHMCS or the client data. Normally people that null software aren't the most honest lot so I definitely wouldn't trust any nulled software.

    You talk a lot about security but you're not even worried about using nulled software...

    I am using it more than 2 years and no any single incident reports on security side for using this software, So I am trusting it.

  • By your logic: you can steal bread as long as you eat it as a side dish and not the main meal..

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @caracal said:
    By your logic: you can steal bread as long as you eat it as a side dish and not the main meal..

    Not having any relation with Web Hosting area ;)

  • @easycomehost said:
    I am using it more than 2 years and no any single incident reports on security side for using this software, So I am trusting it.

    You are just digging deeper grave for yourself

  • LukeQCLukeQC Member, Provider

    @easycomehost said: I am using it more than 2 years and no any single incident reports on security side for using this software, So I am trusting it.

    Until 2 years of your client data is harvested...

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  • wtf is this host... bruh, I think they prolly using nulled cPanel too which that pricing scheme. Still trying to comprehend how you even got the Provider Tag in the first place.

  • FalzoFalzo Member

    @jetchirag said:

    @easycomehost said:
    I am using it more than 2 years and no any single incident reports on security side for using this software, So I am trusting it.

    You are just digging deeper grave for yourself

    exactly. blatantly admitting that you use a nulled software... maybe you shoudl have read the rules...

    @JackH said: Misc rules

    Using a nulled WHMCS (or other nulled billing software) grants you and your company a lifetime ban on LET.

    @raindog308 @jbiloh doesn't get clearer than that, wouldn't you agree?

  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    The end is nigh.

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  • easycomehosteasycomehost Member without signature

    @jetchirag said:

    @easycomehost said:
    I am using it more than 2 years and no any single incident reports on security side for using this software, So I am trusting it.

    You are just digging deeper grave for yourself

    It's not like that, Just be honest about the services which we offer.

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