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    Reseller Account Termination for Webhosting

    If I am being a Reseller Hosting provider and have hosted some websites under my reseller account, what will happen to those hosted websites under my Reseller account, if I terminate the Reseller account with the hosting company?

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    If you are going to close your account you need to inform your web hosting company and your customers. I think that will be unfair to your customers if you decide to close account without any word said to them.

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    If you terminate your reseller account, all the hosted cPanel accounts will get deleted immediatelly. Better give a chance to user customers to move out.

    Good luck.

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    I wonder why don't sale your business, save your users and earn a bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ServerPoint~ View Post
    I wonder why don't sale your business, save your users and earn a bit?
    That is a good option. But make sure that your clients are in safe hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHubNet-Matt View Post
    That is a good option. But make sure that your clients are in safe hands.
    That is correct and that is really better then leave customers without any notice .


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