Do you people really need to bring the CC/HVH/GVH debacle into every single fucking thread?
This is getting annoying.
This is getting annoying.
For what it's worth, if you still want Vegas I can get you in contact with Rob at Fiberhub and he'll do his best to give you a bitchin' deal.So do we have folks here with dedicated server rentals from Zeneva in Las Vegas?
If you do, PM me.
Heh, man, we had one like that with us for ages. Hosted most of the guy's company for quite awhile at no cost to him because he was friends with the boss and tugged Fran's heartstrings with "I can barely afford food for my kid", etc.All I can say is I've seen companies dig mighty big holes, switch DCs, run from bills, etc. and do it for years on end.
We all know folks like this Ald. Kind of funny that fellow you knew ran to same company harboring another asshat who couldn't pay child support for his multiple children but was again, buying game systems, womanizing, living the life, etc.Then I find out the guy buys himself a brand new gaming system (after pleading with me in ticket that he couldn't afford to pay rent with us), and that little arrangement went up in flames quick.
I don't have any services with them anymore, jumped off that boat.Dear Valued Customers,
Over the past several months, Zeneva LLC has experienced tremendous growth and has had great success in expanding our business. However, we have unfortunately run into some unexpected issues with our current colocation provider which has had a negative impact on our ability to continue on our path. Despite our best efforts, we have come to the conclusion that this situation is irreconcilable, and as such we have determined that it is the best interest of our customers to allow our friends at Versaweb, another hosting provider based in Las Vegas, to acquire our hosting assets and customer base.
As part of this transition, Versaweb will be migrating all shared, dedicated, cloud, and virtual private servers customers over from the Switch facility into their locally-owned facility. The Versaweb team will be sending out a notice to all customers with information about this migration over the next few days. Please note that Versaweb will not be transitioning any colocation customers over to their facility. If you have purchased colocation with us, you will need to contact us immediately to make arrangements to have your equipment moved to another facility if you haven’t already spoken with a member of our team.
All current staff including myself will remain on-board to help throughout the transition to ensure that the migration is handled in the most expedient and professional manner possible. Please keep a close watch on your inbox as Versaweb will be reaching out to all customers very soon with news regarding the migration schedule.
It's a cute, and endearing release. Doing so well, but yet dumping customers.. Ho hum. What did I say was going to happen? That took an extra week or two.we have unfortunately run into some unexpected issues with our current colocation provider which has had a negative impact on our ability to continue on our path. Despite our best efforts, we have come to the conclusion that this situation is irreconcilable
First of all, let me step in here and clear some things up.
Zeneva is definitely not going out of business and nor are we holding equipment hostage. Any equipment that is owned by our customers has been given to them with no problems. Francisco, the customer in question has been provided with access to there equipment and have scheduled a time to pick the equipment up.
We do monitor all of our bandwidth usage and currently have over 20 Gbps of capacity with our carriers. We do not owe any money to the leasing company that VolumeDrive does business with. We have had our fair share of growing pains and are working on them.
None of our staff have been stiffed either. We're working through any growing pains that we have.
Do you guys see the difference? 12 days made such a huge difference.Zeneva has no relations with DataSales nor are they a company that we work with.
Versaweb will be taking over all clients with the exception of our colocation customers as outlined in the e-mail.