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|A hint for those desparate to get away from Yahoo - Review by
Anonymous submitted on August 21, 2002|
|Customer's web site: N/A|
|Length of time hosted by this company: 1 month - 3 months|
|Date when last hosted by this company (as of August 21, 2002): Less than 3 months ago|
|Plan used: Webmaster|
|Customer service rating: 4 out of 10|
|Technical quality rating: 5 out of 10|
|Cost rating: 1 out of 10|
|Overall rating: 2 out of 10|
|Like many of the people who posted comments here, I had a lot of trouble getting my domain transferred once I left geocities. But I did manage to get my nameservers switched to the new host. It's just that they expect you to crawl on your hands and knees through their help system to find it. They use Internet Names Worldwide (http://www.inww.com/|
) as their registrar (if you were unfortunate enough to have registered it through them). You'll just need to find your registry key, which geocities will give you if you email them with your: 1. name, 2. date of birth, 3. Zip Code, 4. domain name, AND 5. last 4 digits of credit card used to pay for the account. The support email for GeoCities' premium services is (email@example.com), and while they were not exactly speedy, they did answer my emails in less than 48 hours each.
So, while I would never recommend these guys, I'm not yet ready to denounce Yahoo as an anathema.
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