mochahost.com confusing information & trust-guard.com for “certifying” the information

First of all… what’t the name of the company and the legal grounds that it function (eg: LTD, LLC): trust-guard.com what did you verified and sealed on that website?

On contact us page they have:

Corporate Office
2880 Zanker Rd #203
San Jose, California, 95134
And on about page they say:
Our Data Center
To provide you with the fastest access time, reliability, and disaster recovery, we use some of the most advanced datacenters in the USA with 2 different locations within the heart of the U.S.A – Texas. These are equipped with: USP backup, diesel generators, tape libraries, 24/7 monitoring, security alarms, hand scanners, etc.

How can it be “your” datacenter if your company is in another state? I really doubt it that that you would establish HQ in California and build the datacenter in Texas. Actually 2 datacenters 🙂

At least you guys offer a really cheap hosting.

T&C:

On number 2:

MochaHost.com reserves the right to remove any and all materials which infringe on copyright work. Such materials will be removed at any time upon receiving a complaint and or notice of copyright infringement.

Maybe you should check the claims in the complaints and/or notices first with the site owner, before taking action.

5. MochaHost.com reserves the right to cancel service for any reason without prior notice.

Now that’s interesting. If someone from this hosting company woke up on the wrong side of the bed, you can see your sites off the server without any notice or warning. GREAT DEAL!

8. Client Warrantee: Customer shall ensure that its use of MochaHost.com’s network services shall not disrupt MochaHost.com, its associated networks or equipment forming part of the systems.

Say WHAT? do you guys pay your customers to take care of your network and equipment? Or is it the other way around? ( They say the exact same thing several lines down)

20. Uptime Guarantee: If your shared hosting account downtime is not within the 99.9% uptime, you may request for one month of credit on your account.

This is something you don’t see every day! CONGRATS! That can be a honeypot for customers.

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