Can you provide proof of income?
How come your signature says since 1999 and you are claiming customers with you for more then 2yrs but idrhost.com was created Creation Date: 12-jun-2005 (that is only 1 1/2 years ago)
What is the cost of your server?
Where is it located?
What is your bandwidth usages?
Just a VERY minor aside and I apologize for bringing it up in this thread but the issues that were "caused by Platinum23" is an unfair statement. As was very widely publicized here, Keith Mansfield (Dadazio) who was a peer1 reseller ripped several of us off at that time which caused the issues.
Platinum (Robert) is a good guy and I would hate to have his name dragged through the mud. Anyway good luck with your sale.
Yes, i can provide proof of income.
I'm member of WhT since 2002 (so 4 yrs) and i start my business in 1999.
Irdhost.com is not the domain name that i started with it in 1999. please check the whois for imperialregistrar.com.
I run a dual opteron 246 and that cost me 260/month.
Bandwidth usage is of 400 GB/month
I think that i was not clear.
$4000 was the minimum sum which I would agree to sell my company based on the incomes of $4503.
By manually checking the incomes for each account, I discovered that the incomes were rather of $5524.09. For this reason, I accept the offers until 20H today and then I will contact the person whom I think will take care of my customers.
After the sale of my company, I will not return in the webhosting industry.
how are you customers doing - do they know about the move? If you have lost so much after that issue, I wonder how many existing customers are in the process of moving away, making the amount you are asking indeed too much. There must be a risk discount factored in, as the customers may infact have a bad taste in their mouths. You are indeed in a precarious position.
My company has a very great potential because before October 2006 and the problems caused by platinum23 (user here) again our enterprise, our annual income was of more than $21000 US/yr.
You as well as everyone else here knows exactly what happened. I rectified my company as well as myself from being slammed threw the mud with the whole Keith Mansfield // Peer1 incident. Could I have gotten anyones data back?? Possibly so if I was to sign a 1 year contract paying for the servers at full price (IE: the servers we sold with 4-12GB Ram would cost anywhere from $300.00 to $1,200.00+ per month -- NO ONE in their right mind would agree to pay $1200+ /month for 1 server for the same specs they can get elsewhere for nearly 1/3 the price.)
Please do not blame me for what I was told was "legit" by a Peer1 Employee and then get screwed over by the reseller.