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  • Randon Knighten

    Every domain I own is thru godaddy. I hate reading things like this after the fact. U can't knock their customer service dept tho...helpful and efficient.

    • Jelena Woehr

      Thanks for your concern! If you check out the publication dates here, you'll find that the other article was published later, in 2012, and in fact directly cites GOOD's 2011 article using the words "according to GOOD." We're happy Forbes felt our recommendations were worth sharing with their audience.

      • IRHusker

        OK I'll let you off the hook this time.

          • IRHusker

            No problem but I'll be keeping one of my eyes on you.

            By the way with respect to the article, I found out today that GoDaddy does not automatically issue refunds with respects to cancelled changed products. For instance, if you pay $120 for a years worth of hosting and cancel after 2 months, they do not refund the remaining $100 UNLESS you call and ask them to.

            Keeping my other eye on GoDaddy.

            • Tom Maybrier

              Wow, that's shady - sounds like they are preying on the fact people are accustomed to automatic refunds for cancellations. How is that a good business practice?