Why you should never register a domain with GoDaddy

Sean Doyle

Sean Doyle is an engineer from Los Angeles, California. Sean's primary focuses include Internet Security, Web Spam, and Online Marketing.

6 Responses

  1. Brandy Grote says:

    We started a website with those crooks over 15 years ago. We uploaded nice content, and got business cards and flyers made. They locked the site and stole our content, thus ending our business. All we have to show for it is boxes of business cards and flyers.

    I’ve been looking for the right class action suit against them, and will be notifying my business partner of the links here. Hioefully we can get some compensation, if not get our domain and data returned…

    • Alaso Lawrence Krukrubo says:

      I’m having the same issue with them, my website content just disappeared and it went from a fully functional site to about to launch, We initiated a site back-up restore and yet it did not come on properly. i’m just soo pissed. Customers are leaving. Godaddy is definitely not a place to have your site

  2. Donald Alan Paterson says:

    I had a similar experience where they took $1,700 without my consent and then when I called they agreed to cancel a bunch of stuff and modify what I needed so that the $1,700 went down to $250. Oh yeah, they must have changed their minds because they then said that they couldn’t cancel my other stuff so my bill went up to $1,900. I am still trying to get my money back.

  3. Kara says:

    Yes! GoDaddy charged my account for an auto-renewed service for a price I never agreed to! They are scam artists! Their return policy is bullshit! Use any other service!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I hate GoDaddy. They tried to scam me!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I had an employee of godaddy that became very rude when I asked for a manager, so in retaliation, 2 of them called the website that was hosting one of my websites and had it shut down under false accusations, then the same with my twitter account. I spoke to the manager and they brushed me off like nothing. There is no way to contact the home office. They just don’t have any respect. And godaddy does illegally charge you for things that you don’t even request without as much as an email to notify you and then they refuse to reimburse you.

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