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    MyW - Black Friday deals! Shared and Reseller DirectAdmin Hosting & MailChannels

    MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

    Howdy guys!

    MyW is proud to present you... Black Friday 2019!

    Ouch?


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    Sounds too good to be true? It IS!

    Give us your money and get the following:

    SSD Arrays
    DDoS Protection
    DirectAdmin
    MailChannels for Outbound Delivery
    LiteSpeed
    LSCache
    Let’s Encrypt
    CloudLinux
    Softaculous
    Daily backups (although, JetBackup isn’t compatible with DirectAdmin yet, so these are the regular daily, compressed backups, these are meant for disaster recovery only, and the system is far from perfect, in the meantime, do run your own backups within DirectAdmin).
    Worried about migrations? No worries, we will migrate your account(s) for our servers.
    cPanel to DirectAdmin, or DirectAdmin to DirectAdmin. We got you covered.

    Server locations and specifications:

    Falkenstein, Germany, EU (Hetzner)
    Server specifications:
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    32GB RAM
    4x1TB SSD @ RAID 5
    DDoS Protection

    Los Angeles, USA (Reliablesite)
    E3 1240v6
    32GB RAM
    4x1TB SSD @ RAID 5
    DDoS Protection

    Shared Hosting plans:

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    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Unlimited Dpmains
    12,50€ plus VAT if applicable Shopping Cart - MyW - WNDP WebNegócio Lda.
    Coupon: BF2019 - Annually paid

    Entry
    50GB SSD
    Unmetered Domains
    Unlimited Accounts
    25€ plus VAT if applicable Shopping Cart - MyW - WNDP WebNegócio Lda.
    Coupon: BF2019 - Annually paid

    Reseller Hosting plans:

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    50GB SSD
    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Unlimited Accounts
    25€ plus VAT if applicable Shopping Cart - MyW - WNDP WebNegócio Lda.
    Coupon: BF2019 - Annually paid

    Entry
    100GB SSD
    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Unlimited Accounts
    50€ plus VAT if applicable Shopping Cart - MyW - WNDP WebNegócio Lda.
    Coupon: BF2019 - Annually paid

    CloudLinux limits:

    200% CPU
    2GB RAM
    4096 IOPs
    10MB/s Disk
    50 Entry Processes
    200 Processes

    Enjoy!

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    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member
      edited November 25

      How come you don't have any smaller plans with less resources? My only site is my copywriting brand and it's WP (all cached + CF) that only needs like 1GB and good email deliver-ability.

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

    • Tempted to move from BuyShared Reseller to this (Specially because of MailChannels and the backups and the price being almost the same)

      @MikePT are these offsite backups and is there SSH access?

      Thanked by 2MikePT coreflux

      I recommend iwstack cloud | MxRoute for Mail | LightTable for Coding | Noisli for Noise

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @SirFoxy said:
      How come you don't have any smaller plans with less resources? My only site is my copywriting brand and it's WP (all cached + CF) that only needs like 1GB and good email deliver-ability.

      This comes with MailChannels, come on, the 12.50€ one is CHEEEEEEAP!
      You know you want it...:D

      @evnix said:
      Tempted to move from BuyShared Reseller to this (Specially because of MailChannels and the backups and the price being almost the same)

      @MikePT are these offsite backups and is there SSH access?

      The DA backup system sucks, it's not incremental and there's no ability to self-restore directly as I wanted it to work, similar to JetBackups, though you can run your own remote backups within DirectAdmin! :-)

      SSH access can be enabled, just send a ticket :)

    • @MikePT cloudlinux limits are the same for all shared/reseller packages?

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • papipapi Member

      Is there a test ip

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • Bump for a great deal from a great guy.

      Thanked by 3Ympker MikePT maverickp

      Benchmark VPS'es || New! Review of Nexusbytes - Part I, Part II, Part III ||

    • MrEdMrEd Member

      Hi @MikePT , does shared/reseller hosting include mail boxes? There is no mention about that in this post and not on your website. I am considering moving my hosting to yours, but I need to have my mailboxes also.

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @Chalipa said:
      @MikePT cloudlinux limits are the same for all shared/reseller packages?

      Yep!
      :)

      @papi said:
      Is there a test ip

      DE - 144.76.94.83
      LA - 104.194.8.8

      @vyas11 said:
      Bump for a great deal from a great guy.

      Love ya! <3

      @MrEd said:
      Hi @MikePT , does shared/reseller hosting include mail boxes? There is no mention about that in this post and not on your website. I am considering moving my hosting to yours, but I need to have my mailboxes also.

      Yep, no limit set for mailboxes, you can create as many as you wish.
      Good thing is that it includes MailChannels, so email deliverability is awesome.

      Thanked by 1Ympker
    • Lets bump up it! Is the reseller plan completely white label? What time do you provide support for them? Good luck with the sells . Obrigado

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • can I buy reseller and use multiple my accounts to use my own domains?

      Thanked by 2MikePT Ympker
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider
      edited November 26

      @Chievo said:
      Lets bump up it! Is the reseller plan completely white label? What time do you provide support for them? Good luck with the sells . Obrigado

      It is! We're using a domain name that isn't tied to our company. A client of ours noticed that the whois wasn't private, we had to enable it, so I guess it's fully whitelabel now :-)
      In terms of support, I'm available from 10AM to 10PM generally, if there's an urgency, you can open a ticket and flag it as urgent. :)

      @goodone said:
      can I buy reseller and use multiple my accounts to use my own domains?

      No account limits, sure thing! :)

      Thanked by 2Chievo Ympker
    • May I confirm if the domain is included on the price of package or would that be separate.

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Religion is the most malevolent of all mind viruses. Are you already infected?

    • @manlivo said:
      I can not reset my password.

      Sorry if it's stating the obvious and you've already tried this, but just in case:

      You should receive a password emailed when opening an account.
      Log in to DirectAdmin control panel.
      Click on: Your username (right top corner) -> Password
      Then, when changing the password, DA will ask for the "old" (the one you got emailed) passsword.
      Then the next field is used for entering the new password.

      Check the email spam folder.

      It is my understanding that after you reset the password this way, it is not stored on the server (or withing WHMCS), so the host will just be able to reset the password, not tell you what it is.
      Unlike the originally created password that WHMCS stores and sends you within an email.

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Mostly harmless™

      I/O Gremlin

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @daemonsyn said:
      May I confirm if the domain is included on the price of package or would that be separate.

      How so? If you mean a new domain registration then no, it is not.

      @manlivo said:
      I can not reset my password.

      PM me your email with us :)

      @bikegremlin said:

      @manlivo said:
      I can not reset my password.

      Sorry if it's stating the obvious and you've already tried this, but just in case:

      You should receive a password emailed when opening an account.
      Log in to DirectAdmin control panel.
      Click on: Your username (right top corner) -> Password
      Then, when changing the password, DA will ask for the "old" (the one you got emailed) passsword.
      Then the next field is used for entering the new password.

      Check the email spam folder.

      It is my understanding that after you reset the password this way, it is not stored on the server (or withing WHMCS), so the host will just be able to reset the password, not tell you what it is.
      Unlike the originally created password that WHMCS stores and sends you within an email.

      Thank you for your help <3, that's all correct! Not sure if he meant the DA password or WHMCS. Will sort it. :-)

      Thanked by 1kkrajk
    • @MikePT said:
      Thank you for your help <3, that's all correct! Not sure if he meant the DA password or WHMCS. Will sort it. :-)

      My pleasure.
      ( First one's free, after that it's potassium, or pigeons! ) :)

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Mostly harmless™

      I/O Gremlin

    • Hi Mike.. could you provide informations fo Reseller Plan:
      1. Is it Cloudflare with Railgun provided?
      2. any Dedicated IP?
      Thanks Mike!
      -Sam

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @bikegremlin said:

      @MikePT said:
      Thank you for your help <3, that's all correct! Not sure if he meant the DA password or WHMCS. Will sort it. :-)

      My pleasure.
      ( First one's free, after that it's potassium, or pigeons! ) :)

      Got plenty of potassium... :D

      @orenz said:
      Hi Mike.. could you provide informations fo Reseller Plan:
      1. Is it Cloudflare with Railgun provided?
      2. any Dedicated IP?
      Thanks Mike!
      -Sam

      Hey Sam!

      1 - Not yet, as there's no integration for DirectAdmin with Cloudflare yet :(
      2 - Dedicated IP's can be provided for 2€/mo. :)

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      Damn, I can't believe I just added 3 Lifetimes in stock here, 160€ for 100GB Reseller Lifetime.
      Wooooo!

      Thanked by 2Ympker vyas11
    • cmpecmpe Member

      Does mailchannel only work for sites hosted on the myw server or does it allow me to use it outside with just smtp auth like sendgrid?

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @cmpe said:
      Does mailchannel only work for sites hosted on the myw server or does it allow me to use it outside with just smtp auth like sendgrid?

      If you authenticate with the email address and password it relays but the email needs to match.

    • @MikePT said:
      Damn, I can't believe I just added 3 Lifetimes in stock here, 160€ for 100GB Reseller Lifetime.
      Wooooo!

      Wow, out of stock already! :) (I'm not currently looking, but posted in case anyone was interested).

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Personal consultant to OP's Mom™

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @user123 said:

      @MikePT said:
      Damn, I can't believe I just added 3 Lifetimes in stock here, 160€ for 100GB Reseller Lifetime.
      Wooooo!

      Wow, out of stock already! :) (I'm not currently looking, but posted in case anyone was interested).

      Woo. Was hidden to the admin and that disabled. No one ordered as it wasnt possible to. Fixed, its available 😁👌

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      Anddddd best offer for Black Friday 🤘

      Reseller Hosting 50 GB - 80€ Lifetime - Order Now!

      Germany and Los Angeles

      Have fun! 😁

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      Moaaaar

      Shared Hosting 2 GB for 9.99€ Lifetime
      Germany and Los Angeles
      Order Now!

      Thanked by 1null_ptr
    • sanvitsanvit Member
      edited November 29

      @MikePT said:
      Moaaaar

      Shared Hosting 2 GB for 9.99€ Lifetime
      Germany and Los Angeles
      Order Now!

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Thanked by 3MikePT Ympker muffin
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider
      edited November 29

      sanvit said: As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      I did reply in HB about that, the server's usage is very, very low. E.g: LA with 60GB used. You're correct though. I won't do any further LTD's. :)

      P:S: Customers can definitely trust us, this is marketing, not related to the security of data, or anything else! :)

    • YmpkerYmpker Member
      edited November 29

      @sanvit said:

      @MikePT said:
      Moaaaar

      Shared Hosting 2 GB for 9.99€ Lifetime
      Germany and Los Angeles
      Order Now!

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Agree. @MikePT Just like @sanvit said, mate :) We don't wanna say your services are bad at all. It just evokes a bit of mixed feeling seeing you promise at one time no more LTDs and throwing them out again a couple weeks/months after. Again, not meant to tell you how you do business or blame you. Your service is awesome. But even though it's marketing, seeing you go back on a promise is...not what we wanna see ;)

      Thanked by 2MikePT sanvit
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @Ympker said:

      @sanvit said:

      @MikePT said:
      Moaaaar

      Shared Hosting 2 GB for 9.99€ Lifetime
      Germany and Los Angeles
      Order Now!

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Agree. @MikePT Just like @sanvit said, mate :) We don't wanna say your services are bad at all. It just evokes a bit of mixed feeling seeing you promise at one time no more LTDs and throwing them out again a couple weeks/months after. Again, not meant to tell you how you do business or blame you. Your service is awesome. But even though it's marketing, seeing you go back on a promise is...not what we wanna see ;)

      Totally agree. I will consider that. Now buy and enjoy... 😁

      Hope you have an excellent weekend mate ❤️

      Thanked by 1Ympker
    • @MikePT said:

      @Ympker said:

      @sanvit said:

      @MikePT said:
      Moaaaar

      Shared Hosting 2 GB for 9.99€ Lifetime
      Germany and Los Angeles
      Order Now!

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Agree. @MikePT Just like @sanvit said, mate :) We don't wanna say your services are bad at all. It just evokes a bit of mixed feeling seeing you promise at one time no more LTDs and throwing them out again a couple weeks/months after. Again, not meant to tell you how you do business or blame you. Your service is awesome. But even though it's marketing, seeing you go back on a promise is...not what we wanna see ;)

      Totally agree. I will consider that. Now buy and enjoy... 😁

      Hope you have an excellent weekend mate ❤️

      You have a great weekend yourself, mate :)

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • Hello @MikePT

      This DirectAdmin, what is the default PHP version it is using?
      and does it support PHP 7.3?
      also, I have issues before on WHM servers where-when the server crashed/restarted the PHP selector settings keeps getting reset, so say if you set the PHP version of an account to PHP 7.3 and the server reset, the PHP version suddenly reset to PHP 5.6, killing all our sites which are written for PHP7+.

      Hope you can confirm these.

      Regards,

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • tridinebandimtridinebandim Member
      edited November 30

      ZiriusPH said: support PHP 7.3?

      PHP 7.1 PHP 7.2 PHP 7.3(default)

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Hi!

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited November 30

      Hope you had a great black friday @MikePT. I have just started moving some splash pages over to the previous deal I got in DE because, well after two+ months of monitoring it idle, there hasn't been a single glitch as far as I've been aware of. Plus, it's always good to spread the eggs around different baskets.

      Thanked by 2Ympker MikePT
    • @MikePT:

      I'm on the other hand glad you did those LTDs, because I could finally grab that non-reseller one for myself :smile:

      I just wish it had a little bit more space, like 5GB at least, but otherwise it's a good deal.

      Cheers.

      Thanked by 2Ympker MikePT
    • @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      Mostly harmless™

      I/O Gremlin

    • YmpkerYmpker Member
      edited November 30

      @bikegremlin said:

      @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      Heya mate,
      thanks for your thorough reply.
      I can't speak for @sanvit but I don't think either of us doubts @MikePT technical knowledge. He is a great guy, we all know he's been in the industry for years and according to some recent HB news he is a very helpful L3 Tech :) Neither am I not aware of the risks of a "lifetime deal". I am very much a LTD addict haha. That being said I won't think Mike's nor Jarlands LTD will go anywhere. Both are great guys I completely trust in that regard. It's not like I want us to not have good deals either. Everybody loves good deals.
      I do sincerely hope that neither @MikePT nor anyone else here considers what I've said to be a negative comment on Mike's service. If so, it isn't. By no means. Perhaps I am still having my HostMantis complex (regarding the notion of breaking promises), but it just does not bode well with me, personally, when someone I trust goes back on his promise. Maybe, that's just me.
      Anyway, I have said what I wanted to say and I'm sure @MikePT didn't have any bad intentions when throwing another LTD at us, just like I'm certain that he will continue to offer a stable and good performing service with MyW. Y'all enjoy the Black Weekend, CM shopping.

      Kind regards,
      Ympker

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • Could user use SSH to backup all accounts files and database?
      If so I would take a lifetime one.

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited December 1

      I am "tired" of promoting LT deals by @MikePT among friends and network every month. So please stop let's give others a chance... :-)

      Cheers

      Thanked by 1MikePT

      Benchmark VPS'es || New! Review of Nexusbytes - Part I, Part II, Part III ||

    • hiphiphip0 said: lifetime

      @hiphiphip0 said:
      Could user use SSH to backup all accounts files and database?
      If so I would take a lifetime one.

      Get a lifetime and open a ticket for SSH, it is available. I dont know backing up the database part though

      Hi!

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider
      edited December 1

      I will be addressing the posts tomorrow :)

      @tridinebandim said:

      hiphiphip0 said: lifetime

      @hiphiphip0 said:
      Could user use SSH to backup all accounts files and database?
      If so I would take a lifetime one.

      Get a lifetime and open a ticket for SSH, it is available. I dont know backing up the database part though

      Correct! SSH is available, just open a ticket guys.

      Btw, CyberMonday deals, we extend the BF offers:

      https://myw.pt/manager/cart.php?a=add&pid=194 - Reseller Entry, 50 GB SSD for 80€/LIFETIME!!

      https://myw.pt/manager/cart.php?a=add&pid=195 - Reseller Advanced, 100 GB SSD for 160€/LIFETIME!!

      https://myw.pt/manager/cart.php?a=add&pid=10 - Shared Hosting, 2 GB SSD for 9.99€/LIFETIME!!

      Locations DE and LA

      Shared and Reseller Hosting plans with 75% recurring discount in our website www.myw.pt (coupon BF2019, paid annually)

    • NebesNebes Member

      2 days ago, my friend signed up but didn't pass the fraud system, although the card was successfully charged. She opened the support ticket but still no reply. Is it just the accident and she was unlucky, but anyway where is the support, almost 48 hours had been passed?

      P.s. Ticket 512273

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @Nebes said:
      2 days ago, my friend signed up but didn't pass the fraud system, although the card was successfully charged. She opened the support ticket but still no reply. Is it just the accident and she was unlucky, but anyway where is the support, almost 48 hours had been passed?

      P.s. Ticket 512273

      Howdy,

      There wasn't an actual charge, it was simply an authorization.

      The ticket has been responded to :).

    • @MikePT , how does the upgrades work in LTDs? Say if I outgrow my 2GB shared hosting and need another couple of GBs? Would you be able to provide it, and if so, would you work out a LT pricing for that, or would we need to convert it into some monthly/annual payment plan then? Thanks!

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @TheWizard said:
      @MikePT , how does the upgrades work in LTDs? Say if I outgrow my 2GB shared hosting and need another couple of GBs? Would you be able to provide it, and if so, would you work out a LT pricing for that, or would we need to convert it into some monthly/annual payment plan then? Thanks!

      Sure, just open a ticket, should be fine :)

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @ZiriusPH said:
      Hello @MikePT

      This DirectAdmin, what is the default PHP version it is using?
      and does it support PHP 7.3?
      also, I have issues before on WHM servers where-when the server crashed/restarted the PHP selector settings keeps getting reset, so say if you set the PHP version of an account to PHP 7.3 and the server reset, the PHP version suddenly reset to PHP 5.6, killing all our sites which are written for PHP7+.

      Hope you can confirm these.

      Regards,

      @tridinebandim said:

      ZiriusPH said: support PHP 7.3?

      PHP 7.1 PHP 7.2 PHP 7.3(default)

      That's correct! :-)

      @null_ptr said:
      @MikePT:

      I'm on the other hand glad you did those LTDs, because I could finally grab that non-reseller one for myself :smile:

      I just wish it had a little bit more space, like 5GB at least, but otherwise it's a good deal.

      Cheers.

      You may stack while this promo lasts, even though it's the last day :P, act fast!

      @hiphiphip0 said:
      Could user use SSH to backup all accounts files and database?
      If so I would take a lifetime one.

      Yes. :)

      @vyas11 said:
      I am "tired" of promoting LT deals by @MikePT among friends and network every month. So please stop let's give others a chance... :-)

      Cheers

      Last chance... :-P

    • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

      @bikegremlin said:

      @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      @Ympker said:

      @bikegremlin said:

      @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      Heya mate,
      thanks for your thorough reply.
      I can't speak for @sanvit but I don't think either of us doubts @MikePT technical knowledge. He is a great guy, we all know he's been in the industry for years and according to some recent HB news he is a very helpful L3 Tech :) Neither am I not aware of the risks of a "lifetime deal". I am very much a LTD addict haha. That being said I won't think Mike's nor Jarlands LTD will go anywhere. Both are great guys I completely trust in that regard. It's not like I want us to not have good deals either. Everybody loves good deals.
      I do sincerely hope that neither @MikePT nor anyone else here considers what I've said to be a negative comment on Mike's service. If so, it isn't. By no means. Perhaps I am still having my HostMantis complex (regarding the notion of breaking promises), but it just does not bode well with me, personally, when someone I trust goes back on his promise. Maybe, that's just me.
      Anyway, I have said what I wanted to say and I'm sure @MikePT didn't have any bad intentions when throwing another LTD at us, just like I'm certain that he will continue to offer a stable and good performing service with MyW. Y'all enjoy the Black Weekend, CM shopping.

      Kind regards,
      Ympker

      Granted I did promise I would stop lifetimes, but the server usage was super low, so I decided to extend, though this time, it's really the last time.

      You guys, believe it or not, but gave me all the strength I needed to do what I love most: provide support and reliable service.

      Thank you for the amazing support, I couldn't be happier - and I'm being very honest. <3

    • MikePT said: the server usage was super low

      People soon will start utilizing their quota.
      Soon.

      Thanked by 1MikePT
    • @MikePT said:

      Last chance... :-P

      You know, I already did. A FB Group for a change this time :smile:

      Thanked by 1MikePT

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    • @MikePT said:

      @bikegremlin said:

      @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      @Ympker said:

      @bikegremlin said:

      @sanvit said:

      As @Ympker mentioned earlier, you promissed no more LTDs, especially on BF. Now since you released LTDs again, how are customers able to trust you?

      I toally agree that you provide awesome service and support at a fraction of price, but i am not sure if this is a good business practice

      Just my 2c, cheers!

      Wasn't sure whether to write anything, but the fact forum posts can easily be skipped (so it's Mostly harmless™), while shared knowledge and experience on this forum has helped me in the past have "won" - so here's a wall of text with my ramblings: :)

      I understand your concerns. Like any "lifetime" offer: you are betting the money that the service will remain good for at least the time it takes for the amount of money paid to be covered in average monthly costs of similar quality services (with say 20% more time, since you are giving more money in advance). So it is sort of a risk.

      Each should weigh the potential benefits with their assessment of the risk - for and by themselves.

      My reasoning:

      DirectAdmin for example has been selling lifetime for years - didn't go out of business.
      It depends on the business plan, the absolute number of sold lifetimes and the subscription / lifetime deal ratio.

      So far I went with two "lifetime" deals: jar's MXroute and Mike's MYW.pt lifetime offers.
      In both instances, the whole business idea seamed like a good one and worth supporting.
      Not having to worry about monthly/yearly invoices is a very welcome bonus - not strictly related to saving money, but having one "choir" less.

      In addition to that, over the years I've learned to listen to the gut feeling - long before I can put a finger on what's right (or wrong, when the feeling says "avoid"). So far so good (like a man falling off a 10 story building can say during the "flight" :) ).

      As far as I'm concerned, both services have already paid for themselves. Things I've learned from using both services and information (patient explanations) given when asking for support have well been worth paying for, at least for me. Each additional worry free month I get is considered a bonus.

      I'll be writing a detailed "review" (log of my experience), with comparison to other shared/reseller hosting used. For now I can say that the uptime is good, security seems perfectly fine (as far as I'm able to tell) and support is done by an experienced system administrator - no "going through" levels of support until you get to someone who knows the answer/can fix it (which is perfectly understandable and necessary policy for larger companies though).

      My gripes are mainly with (down to) DirectAdmin (comapred to cPanel), nothing related to the hosting provider (it works, fine, stable, just a bit less convenient/practical for testing and development, but a lot of is down to me still not having enough experience and knowledge).

      Bottom line: MikePT is someone I'm happy to do business with. From the limited knowledge I have, my estimate is that he's got both knowledge and experience - and he's professional (does a good job). Just as importantly, he's been open and straight forward so far: both discussing his business plan in a separate thread on LET and when coming out with info on the last (and only so far) outage he had on one of the servers.

      Basic uptime info:
      https://status.bikegremlin.com/

      Heya mate,
      thanks for your thorough reply.
      I can't speak for @sanvit but I don't think either of us doubts @MikePT technical knowledge. He is a great guy, we all know he's been in the industry for years and according to some recent HB news he is a very helpful L3 Tech :) Neither am I not aware of the risks of a "lifetime deal". I am very much a LTD addict haha. That being said I won't think Mike's nor Jarlands LTD will go anywhere. Both are great guys I completely trust in that regard. It's not like I want us to not have good deals either. Everybody loves good deals.
      I do sincerely hope that neither @MikePT nor anyone else here considers what I've said to be a negative comment on Mike's service. If so, it isn't. By no means. Perhaps I am still having my HostMantis complex (regarding the notion of breaking promises), but it just does not bode well with me, personally, when someone I trust goes back on his promise. Maybe, that's just me.
      Anyway, I have said what I wanted to say and I'm sure @MikePT didn't have any bad intentions when throwing another LTD at us, just like I'm certain that he will continue to offer a stable and good performing service with MyW. Y'all enjoy the Black Weekend, CM shopping.

      Kind regards,
      Ympker

      Granted I did promise I would stop lifetimes, but the server usage was super low, so I decided to extend, though this time, it's really the last time.

      You guys, believe it or not, but gave me all the strength I needed to do what I love most: provide support and reliable service.

      Thank you for the amazing support, I couldn't be happier - and I'm being very honest. <3

      We love you too, Miguel <3

      LET Idler squad is probably on that 1 server haha.

      Thanked by 3vyas11 MikePT A_m_i_t
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