Yes, those plans are bare-bones and can only be offered at that rate because they cause little to no support, and if clients require more advanced features (like SSH access or larger MySQL databases) they can easily upgrade to one of the other plans we offer <snip>.
<snip> Please let me know if you have any further questions, and I'm sorry for the confusion about our Linux Starter Plan.
That's what I would have thought. Nowhere on that page does it say there is a limit to the amount of mySQL databases you can use.
Perhaps they should fix that (unless their intention is to confuse their customers).
Definitely not our intention - I'll send a note to our marketing department regarding this to see if they can clarify the number of discrete databases offered with our plans. Thanks for the feedback, and sorry for the confusion.
Again, I just contacted support and was told that I could only host one domain with the Linux Starter plan which was not explicitly stated. I think I'm going to take advantage of the money-back guarantee.
Yes, on all of our shared plans we have them geared towards one unique website per account. You can setup multiple domains, however we won't redirect to subfolders, only to the IP address of your main site.
Again, one of the reasons why we can make that plan so cheap is that it's very basic. Hosting 50 different sites on one account for $3 per month...well, that's a bit unrealistic in terms of shared hosting expectations and a little too close to 'something for nothing'.