map-marker Atco, New Jersey ... dot.***

Signed up with for e-mail/web hosting. $19.95 per month so much higher than the usual services. Expected the quality to match the price. Soon discovered that their "support" was via e-mail only and not exactly prompt. Then their "spam protection" through spam assassin app. was actually at their serves and not an app. that the consumer could access or use. They want their customers to use rules in MacMail for example. So what was the $19.95 for? Their interface was very attractive, but once inside, was basically like MS DOS. The instructions were grammatically flawed and incorrect. Like "click on button" when it was an icon, not a button. Got constant MacMail requests for "password error. serve has rejected your password". After endlessly having down time and e-mailing support, the owner e-mailed me, introduced himself as the owner and basically told me to take my business elsewhere ... but only when the ICANN 60 days was up. The day before my domain transfer was complete and the ICANN transfer was allowed, they closed my account and deleted all my e-mails including business. I had to complain to ICANN to get my domain released. Avoid these guys. They are amateur hour pretending to be players.
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I agree. I have used them to handle registration and just used them to handle annual payments until they magically change my name servers to theirs.

I attempted to change them to get my email back and web services back online. Even though I was credentialed in, it wouldn't allow me to make the change and reverted back to theirs with a message saying I wasn't authorized. Last straw. I started transfer out request to move to goDaddy.

They have refused to process the request. When I email support polity and included their own automated authorization form, they replied, "We don't know anything about this." That was it.

Nothing else. Filled a complaint with iCANN.

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