How is iPage versus other hosting?

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Got a question... How is iPage versus other hosting? Hoping for any answer or 2. Another question I got... Hi,.

I had been using for years, and had recently sold a iPage website with HostGator registered there..

After tranferred HostGator to my buyer, my buyer experience difficulty in changing DNS setting. My buyer does not get a resonable support from

Today, I tried to access my, and there iPage site is very slow too..

Do anyone have the same experience recently?.

How do I help my buyer?.


Comments (8)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

I have heard there is a conflict between the two owners. The iPage site is slow and signing in took 15 minutes, at 3 AM Pacific time today, hardly a peak hour. I had better luck signing in with IE than Firefox in the past..

The owners should sell the business while there still is a business to sell. I really liked their website, back in the day. It was easy to find stuff and loaded fairly quickly..

If ICANN steps in (why the h3ll haven't they already?) then all the domains will be transfered to other registrars, right?? Right?? Right??.

But what about those whose domains expire during this mess?..

Comment #2

It really depends on the situation in terms of how fast they will respond to your Support Tickets. I didn't have all that good of a situation with them previously and led to quite a few problems. Their not a bad company overall, but there are a few practices they should change especially when it comes to dealing with their customers..

As for your question, let RegisterFly help you assist with the problem by leaving the Support Ticket open. Other then that, you could also try using the Live Chat feature of the iPage site and possibly ask for priority of your concern. They will help you, it will just takes time. Hope that helps...

Comment #3

I highly doubt they will lose their icann accrediation..

They're more sound than ICANN themselves..


Comment #4

Yo quiero RegFly !.

I'm soooo Glad I moved my last HostGator out last year...

Comment #5

Yeah, the walls appear to be crumbling. I've only got 1 HostGator left there, and I consider myself lucky to have gotten the rest of mine out last year...

Comment #6

I luckily only have 1 HostGator there which I have been trying to change nameservers on for 3 days, too new to transfer out as I bought it off of someone who had just purchased it there, not the greatest name so if it comes up lost I'll be grateful I only had 1 there...

Comment #7

ICANN Vice President:.

"We've reached the point today where we've decided to make some very decisive action, ...".

OMG, I think they are going to form a committee!!!..

Comment #8

Looks like I will lose around 25 domains. Two are ones I use for emails everywhere. This is going to suck big time...

Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.