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Can't login to Pio Host

thistlethistle Member
edited September 12 in Providers

Once again Pio Host disappoints.

I am unable to login. I receive no email when I click "forgot password" and no reply from Pio Host themselves when raising a ticket.

Anyone else having this issue?

Servers are still online

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    • WSSWSS Member

      Saint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go / I owe my soul to the VirMach corps.

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    • comebackcomeback Member
      edited September 13

      I have no problem

      Since @Ishaq has taken over the servers my vps is faster.

      I checked all works

    • Jordan said yesterday, they did update the Piohost hompage, maybe have something to do with that.

    • RhysRhys Member
      edited September 13

      @comeback said: Since @Ishaq has taken over the servers my vps is faster.

      That would be because they've banned every customer and thrown them on fraudrecord after the leak.

      I recommend hosting at anyNode and IonSwitch

    • thistle said: Are you also disappointed in Pio Host?

      Are you aware they were acquired a couple months back?

      My Advice: VPS Advice

      For LET support, please click here.

    • Rhys said: That would be because they've banned every customer and thrown them on fraudrecord after the leak.

      Can you support this or it is just speculation? I had yearly 2 boxes with piohost that are still working just fine and I am not in any fraudrecord.

      thistle said: I am unable to login. I receive no email when I click "forgot password" and no reply from Pio Host themselves when raising a ticket.

      I reset my password a couple of weeks ago. it worked just fine. Try to contact with @Ishaq here, or send them an email if your client's area ticket system does not work.

      • If a program actually fits in memory and has enough disk space, it is guaranteed to crash.
      • If such a program has not crashed yet, it is waiting for a critical moment before it crashes.

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