They deactivated my account because of a demo page, which I installed as a test, it's an ordinary wordpress page and template, everything was demo mod...
e, lorem impsum, but they wrote that it was fraudulent activity, I wrote to them to check and see for themselves yes it was a demo but they didn't react, they didn't allow me to take backups, they deactivated my 4 domains and 4 sites, I paid for hosting for 2 years, they also took the money I had on my account and didn't allow withraw.
I do not recommend this provider to anyone.
Blue host is a worst and overrated hosting service.
Their servers are compromised and full of viruses.
Their Support agents are lazy and they don't ...
bother to reply on time.
It takes 10-15 minutes in getting reply for a single message.
Their Wordpress Staging Plugin is full of bugs. If you create a staging site, it will break your main website. In fact during staging creation, main website database tables were deleted by Staging plugin.
Their supporters operators are dumb and they don't have much knowledge about Server processes. My website was broken due to their buggy Staging tool. I requested their support operator to restore a website back and he was moving me around other things like file manager, .htaccess file etc.
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