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AdyM 1,768 May 4, 2013 at 10:32 PM in Computers (2) More FatCow Deals
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Promoted 05-05-2013 at 08:40 AM View Original Post
FatCow.com offers 1 Year of Web Hosting for $1 through the end of the day today. If are you not seeing the $1 offer, try to clear your cookies and try again. Thanks AdyM

Note: A domain registration is not included in the $1/yr offer. You can use an existing domain or register a new domain with them at the regular rate. 

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Edited May 5, 2013 at 01:31 AM by widgit
Special Deal for Cinco de Mayo — Olé!
Web hosting for $1.00

http://www.fatcow.com/popups/230

¡Buenos D_as! Is there any way we can talk you into rejoining our herd? Whether you're creating a new website from scratch, or moving your existing site back to our pasture, we want to make it worth your while. That's why we'll only charge you a dollar for the first year »

There's no catch — we simply think that we provide a good service and that, once you try us out again, you'll want to continue doing business with us.

Please note: a domain registration is not included in the $1.00 offer. You can point an existing domain to your account with us or register a new domain with us at our regular rate. Still a great deal, even with the cost of a domain!

This special offer is only good for today, May 5th — Cinco de Mayo! — and only good while supplies last. There is a limited number of hosting plans we can sell at such a low price, so take advantage of this deal while you can!

This offer is only good while supplies last. There is a limited number of hosting plans we can sell at such a low price, so take advantage of this deal while you can. And please -- one per customer!

This full featured plan includes:

Unlimited disk space, bandwidth and email accounts
Your choice of site builders
Your choice of blog applications
Your choice of shopping carts
Ad credits for Google, Yahoo!/Bing and Facebook

Regular prices after 1st year:

http://www.fatcow.com/knowledgeba...cleID=1761 [fatcow.com]

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#151
Sorry for the newb question but now, thanks to slickdeals, I have two domains and web hosting. Not sure what to do with it all....I'm dying to learn more about web management so I figured this was a good start.

I've used a wordpress blog before, and basic Dreamweaver, but not much else. The domains point to the webhost, correct? Do I create my website through the webhost? To do that, do I need to install something from wordpress? (I'd like to use wordpress or dreamweaver)

Thanks so much for the help!
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#152
Quote from presuntinho View Post :
i did that. Now i go again to account renewal and choose "Do Not Renew My Hosting "?
please somenone confirm???
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#153
Quote from VirtualShoplift View Post :
Not dealing with this team of monkeys...

Just got this email:

If you are paying with a credit card, please send us a copy of the front of the credit card and the card holder's passport or driver's license to confirm the payment. Please mask any of the details that you wish to hide, however, please make certain that the name on the credit card and the last 4 digits of the card number are still viewable.

If you are paying with a PayPal account please email us a form of ID for the owner of the PayPal account, such as your passport or driver's license.

There are 3 easy ways to complete the verification process:

-You can scan the information and email it to us at compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

-You can take a photo of the information with your mobile phone and email it to us at compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

-You can fax a copy of the information to 781-998-8340.

Please be sure to include your name, domain name, and email address along with the requested information.

If you have any questions please contact us at 888.278.9780 or compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to working with you.

Best wishes,
The FatCow Team
You must comply eitherwise they will charge the 89$ fee like they did me
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#154
Quote from Roboboogie View Post :
Looks like im going to stay with dreamhost, I have 7 gigs of emails



FatCow's Email Usage
While FatCow allows its hosting customers to create unlimited mailboxes (i.e., POP/IMAP accounts), each individual mailbox has a storage capacity of 250MB or 10,000 email messages, whichever comes first.
Not picking a fight, but why do you have 7 gigs of e-mails, online?
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#155
Lets say I want auto-renewals, does FatCow bill me monthly or annually?
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#156
Quote from imagin8zn View Post :
Lets say I want auto-renewals, does FatCow bill me monthly or annually?
My account is billed annually.
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#157
Thanks for this and the other domain thread. I now have a website and some hosting. Hopefully I'll get a chance to build something (starting with a decent template) so I can learn.

Is there a good forum community to ask all he dumb questions I'm about to?
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#158
Quote from BAMMbang View Post :
dead?
"The following error was detected:

Your username must be at least 4 characters long."
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Deal is dead


Not dead. Just worked for me.
http://hrblogs.typepad.com/savvys...only-.html
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#159
I'm actually planning on using my local post office's address just in case I get some sort of mail, they will forward it to me Big Grin
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Use a fake address, problem solved for free.
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#160
If you have a rebate gift card laying around, use that instead of your actual credit card. They can't auto renew a card that has a $0 on it after you've used it Smilie
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#161
Quote from VirtualShoplift View Post :
Not dealing with this team of monkeys...

Just got this email:

If you are paying with a credit card, please send us a copy of the front of the credit card and the card holder's passport or driver's license to confirm the payment. Please mask any of the details that you wish to hide, however, please make certain that the name on the credit card and the last 4 digits of the card number are still viewable.

If you are paying with a PayPal account please email us a form of ID for the owner of the PayPal account, such as your passport or driver's license.

There are 3 easy ways to complete the verification process:

-You can scan the information and email it to us at compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

-You can take a photo of the information with your mobile phone and email it to us at compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

-You can fax a copy of the information to 781-998-8340.

Please be sure to include your name, domain name, and email address along with the requested information.

If you have any questions please contact us at 888.278.9780 or compliance@fatcow-inc.com.

We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to working with you.

Best wishes,
The FatCow Team
Sucks for you. I made two accounts, using a prepaid card and a rebate card, both with just a few bucks on them. I did get the message about security review on both, but later got emails saying my orders were successful, for $1.
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#162
Quote from drunkhumping View Post :
Not picking a fight, but why do you have 7 gigs of e-mails, online?

11 years of emails
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#163
I apologize wildly.
But I think I can see again.
What do I see?
I work well again!
It appears this deal is good for me.
I apologize if you read my previous post.
OK.
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#164
deal has expired
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#165
Quote from Roboboogie View Post :
11 years of emails
So, when you change mail servers, you have to spend all that bandwidth, storage, and time uploading every single one of them?

(Not to brag, but it's very likely that I have many more messages than you, I'm just trying to help some of you see the logic, or lack of, in putting every single e-mail you own online and making them readily available.)

There are numerous programs and simple ways to handle it, such as if you're an Outlook user, use auto archive, or make a new local .pst per year, and move out old ones, like a 2000-2005 PST, 2006-2010 PST, etc... Then you can keep a copy local should you need to go back in time, archive one on some DVD/HD, and to even cover yourself should your place burn down, encrypt them and upload a tar/zip on the cloud or even a cheap webhost.
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