Web hosting company that support Skrill (MoneyBookers)

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I'm going to design a wordpress blog for me, but first I need to find a web hosting company that support Skrill (MoneyBookers). Most of the companies support credit card and paypal. I am student and don't have credit card. Paypal doesn't support my country. I have only one choice left that is Skrill (MoneyBookers). Please suggest me a good and trusted company that support Skrill, so that I can start hosting my wordpress blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    WordPress or not, if a host posts this on their website:
    Unlimited Space / Unlimited Data Transfer
    Plenty of space and bandwidth to handle your websites
    run away from them because they are liars. There is NO unlimited anything... (maybe human stupidity?)

    P.S. They might be a good hosting option, they just should not lie...
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    • Profile picture of the author NoahatArvixe
      Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

      WordPress or not, if a host posts this on their website:

      run away from them because they are liars. There is NO unlimited anything... (maybe human stupidity?)

      P.S. They might be a good hosting option, they just should not lie...
      Hi,

      We are sorry you feel that way about companies that say that. Arvixe is not lying in this case, there is not a limit on your Bandwidth or DiskSpace. We do monitor our accounts for the resource usage of things like CPU/RAM but not Bandwidth/DiskSpace. Our TOS also clearly explains what your account can and can't be used for (such as HDD backups) to make sure that people are not abusing the plans. We would like to change your mind in this matter and if you PM me, we would like to work with you.

      Regards,

      Noah @ Arvixe
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      • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
        Originally Posted by NoahatArvixe View Post

        Hi,

        We are sorry you feel that way about companies that say that. Arvixe is not lying in this case, there is not a limit on your Bandwidth or DiskSpace. We do monitor our accounts for the resource usage of things like CPU/RAM but not Bandwidth/DiskSpace. Our TOS also clearly explains what your account can and can't be used for (such as HDD backups) to make sure that people are not abusing the plans. We would like to change your mind in this matter and if you PM me, we would like to work with you.

        Regards,

        Noah @ Arvixe
        So, I can upload a website that has a few TB of "active" data and there will be no problems? Please..
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        • Profile picture of the author Arvand
          I don't believe either of your statements have anything to do with the OP's original request.

          Before we respond to such archaic concerns, please outline -

          A host that accepts Skrill, has 70,000+ active customers with 300 servers and 80+ staff members full time across the globe. Now, see if they offer unlimited hosting or not. Oh, also check if their CEO is active enough to address concerns about their services on 3rd party forums.

          Large hosts add financial and operational stability to the industry. There was a time where no one was offering unlimited hosting. But there'd be hosts going bankrupt day in and day out.

          Unlimited hosting simply takes the original plans of the olden ages and makes them appropriate for 97% of the consumers. 97% of the consumers don't have "a few TB of active content" for their sites. They are small businesses and individuals trying to run a business who don't want to limit themselves to the few GB that smaller hosts were limiting them to.

          Search for Arvixe, Bluehost, Hostgator, etc. on this forum. You'll see many many recommendations and good experiences. What do they have in common? They all offer unlimited hosting. And the only person that wins is the consumer here.

          Unless the OP has any questions, myself nor my staff will be getting involved in this out of date argument. (which by the way has nothing to do with the subject)

          Arvand Sabetian
          CEO/Founder
          Arvixe, LLC

          PS. In regards to lieing, we should be running around and shutting down "all you can eat" restaurants who have time limits, "must eat all rice w/ sushi" rules, etc. All offers have restrictions and this is no different.
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          • Profile picture of the author kabbo508
            You got a biggest mistake.cause you guys suddenly remove Skrill payment method from arvixe affiliate payout option, all the bangladeshi arvixe affiliate promoter leaving arvixe affiliate program,cause paypal doesn't support bangladesh country,then how can we withdraw money from arvixe > and another way is check,its not accept any bangladeshi bank cause i ask all the bangladeshi bank manager .....so please again active skrill for affiliate payout method,only i income more then 5600usd by commission last month,but now i am confused how can i withdraw my commission...thats really horrible.really..its request sir please access skrill again.
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          • Profile picture of the author kabbo508
            plz read my next post....thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Man, do you really want to get into this argument?

    Even a fifth-grader knows a server is just a computer like any others, e.g. the one I am writing this from.

    Like every computer, it has a hard drive- also known as (a.k.a.) DISC.


    Now, this is a physical device: it has a beginning and an end. Which means its capacity of storage can NOT be "unlimited". Have you ever seen a hard disc that says unlimited GB??? I didn't. My second, solid state drive on this computer where I am writing this says: 2TB. It's big but not unlimited...

    Also, re: bandwidth.
    Even on the fastest, most advanced connections; i.e. if your server is connecting to the internet directly via a T3 line... that one is also having an XYZ Mbps value; and that value is not an unlimited number.

    What do you want to "work" with me?
    I am hosting WP for myself and my clients since 2004 and have seen it all. Unless you show me a physical device with "unlimited" capacity - this discussion is closed. (I mean, literally)
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