WHT Bans the selling of HostBill Licenses

JDiggity

New Member
In a rare move (said sarcastically) WHT will ban the sales of used Hostbill licenses.

Due to the developer's refusal to discuss legitimate license transfers with WHT, we cannot continue to put our members at risk by allowing sales of hostbill licenses.
 
 
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qps

Active Member
Verified Provider
The mods at WHT gave me a really hard time when we were selling our license a few weeks ago, so I sold it on LET instead.  I'm glad that we sold it and have moved on.
 

Enterprisevpssolutions

Article Submitter
Verified Provider
WHT is about posting everything from offers to helping client or companies with issues, if they choose to not allow certain discussion or offers on the site they have every right the direction that hostbill is going does have a lot of clients of theirs worried. 
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
I don't see where the issue is.

What's the background issue with Hostbill and license transfers?

WHT can be heavy moderated at times, but they seem to have good intentions.
 

Licensecart

Active Member
I don't see where the issue is.

What's the background issue with Hostbill and license transfers?

WHT can be heavy moderated at times, but they seem to have good intentions.
Not sure if this is what you're looking for;

WHT user posts a sale of a license, WHT then contact HostBill for confirmation that it's allowed to be transferred and the user is who they say they are.

If they confirm everything is correct, WHT will then update the thread and say it's valid, HostBill have refused to co-operate with this so they won't allow them licenses to be sold on their forum.
 

jarland

The ocean is digital
Is HostBill being dumb or are they actively scamming people? Are they taking people's money and not offering the product in return? WHT shouldn't be involving themselves otherwise, in my opinion. They've got actual scammers running rampant all over that place and they choose to ban...this? Way to be productive  :)
 

MartinD

Retired Staff
Verified Provider
Retired Staff
No, it's a perfectly good and decent move. They're stopping the ability for potential customers to be scammed by people selling non-existant or non-transferable licenses.

It's Hostbill that are being idiots here by not allowing WHT to verify licenses being sold are valid.
 

MCH-Phil

New Member
Verified Provider
No, it's a perfectly good and decent move. They're stopping the ability for potential customers to be scammed by people selling non-existant or non-transferable licenses.

It's Hostbill that are being idiots here by not allowing WHT to verify licenses being sold are valid.
Completely agree, they seem to be trying to keep the community safe.
 

A Jump From Let

New Member
If clients where to pay $10000 as license transfer fees to Hostbill, I believe they were going to pleasantly check and send a confirmation, most likely I mean.
 
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