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Aug 17, 2007, 06:23 #1
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Look.ca - Has Anyone Used Them Before ??... I'm Confused, Please Help
I have a Canadian client who has registered a .ca domain name using Look.ca .
I wanted to use my current host here in Trinidad (because I'm accustomed to their servers) so I figured that it was just a matter of logging in to my client's Look.ca account and pointing the domain's name servers and IP's to my hosting.
I swear to you Look.ca has the most confusing procedure ever to do this.
Right now I have about a million passwords that they e-mailed to us and a whole bunch of different usernames.
The last thing they said was to wait for 24-48 hours until I see the domain as parked (which it is) then click the "upgrade" link.
There is no upgrade link on that page, but there is a "logging in to your account" link. The problem is that none of the million passwords that Look.ca e-mailed us work. Hell, I'm not even sure where exactly I'm supposed to login, because there are two different sections to do so... this and that.
I can't see their help files... all I'm getting are 404 errors when I click help and worst of all, we can't dial 1 800 numbers from here (even if we use 1 880 to pay for the call) so I can't get their customer service.
Does anyone have any experience with using Look.ca ??
Can someone please explain this to me??
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