12 Windows clients and 2 RedHat clients for sale. Total monthly recurring revenue = $89. Very basic accounts, no control panels or scripting provided to clients, so anything would be an upgrade for them. Less than 1gb of traffic per month on all accounts combined and each account's disk quota is under 700mb (only 650mb total used for over 8 months).
Also for sale is the hardware such as rackmount servers, routers, switches, KVMs, etc.
I'm looking for a quick sale, highest bid by Friday, May 28th at 5:00pm EST gets them. Non-compete and NDA are the responsibility of the buyer.
Serious inquiries only (in other words you must be of legal drinking age and have the money available at the time of the sale). PLEASE do not post in the thread unless absolutely necessary, respond via PM or e-mail only. Thank you.
First, thank you to all that have made offers so far. Bids are still being accepted until Friday at 5:00pm EST.
Also just to clarify, these are shared hosting clients. The multiple servers and other redundant hardware was for added stability. The overall setup is quite impressive, however due to personal reasons I will no longer have the time to advertise or promote the business to attain new customers.
If you are interested in any hardware, when sending PMs please include your e-mail address so that I may forward the spreadsheet containing pricing and description information. Thanks again.
Location is Atlanta, Georgia metro area. Willing to deliver or meet up to 50 miles at no additional charge. Any shipping costs incurred are not included in the prices quoted above and must be paid by the buyer. All hardware is in prestine condition, some of it will still be in an opened original retail box like the router. All prices are negotiable but offers must be made via PM or e-mail by this Friday at 5:00pm EST. Items not sold by that time will be sold at a local auction (not going on e-bay).
interested in the linux clients - can you answer a couple of quick q?s
1 what is their payment method
2 what "plans" have you sold them in terms of disk/emial/transfer
3 are they on your nameservers, if so is the domain included so they dont get disrupted too much
4 did you sell them the domains they use as well