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Topic # 192147 29-Feb-2016 06:05
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Hi All,

 

Stumbled on here by way of Google, seeking some info about a NZ hosting company I've had some drama with. What actually pricked my ears, was the reference to 24/7 (hosting). I'd experienced some shocking treatment at the hands of Caleb. And, after reading some of the woefully bad treatment GeekZone members had also received, figured it was worth my time signing up.

 

I've been a web developer for close on 19 years. While I consider myself pretty savvy, with internet smarts, what happened with 24/7 and sadly continues with other 'cowboys' in the hosting industry, means, least to me, forums such as GeekZone NZ are truly appreciated :)

 

 

 

Cheers

 

Dave

 

 


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  Reply # 1501113 29-Feb-2016 06:05
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  Reply # 1501161 29-Feb-2016 08:04
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Welcome, please keep the snakes and spiders that side ok? :)




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  Reply # 1501168 29-Feb-2016 08:18
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Sure thing NomNom. However we have a few too many sharks (the white kind with the BIG narly teeth), over this way, would you prefer those instead? :p


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  Reply # 1511150 11-Mar-2016 10:50
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What part of Oz?


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