We are excited to highlight @WSWD, a dedicated community supporter who has been a member of LET for a very long time! They arrived in our neighborhood in 2014, but their company was established all the way back in 1996. Our customers are completely satisfied with the service that we provide. With our amazing support specialists and our powerful servers located all over the world, there is no ceiling to what we can accomplish. We have the perfect plan for you, whether you need it for a personal website or the infrastructure of a large corporation. Our team is made up of enthusiastic web hosting professionals who are very experienced in their fields. Since our founding in 1996, we are considered to be one of the hosting industry’s pioneers. In addition to that, we won’t be going anywhere!:)
WSWD does not always seek to pay the lowest possible price. To tell you the truth, the prices at WSWD are going to be a little bit higher, but here’s the important part:
At WSWD, our number one priority is to provide satisfaction to our customers. A significant number of our customers have been with us for well over ten years! However, we are aware that we are unable to cater to the requirements of each individual. Within the first thirty days of your hosting plan, you have the option to ask for your money back in full if you are unhappy with the service. Please read our Refund Policy carefully as there are a few exceptions to the general rule.
Awesome! The value proposition offered by WSWD can be summed up as follows: you get exactly what you pay for, there are no hiccups, and if you don’t like it, they guarantee that you will receive a full refund.
Let’s take a look at what’s available:
Spend only $30 per year to get a KVM virtual private server with 512 MB of memory and 500 GB of bandwidth. Protection against DDoS attacks is included! There are locations in Los Angeles, Dallas, New York City, and Miami where you can get it.
- In addition, they offer OpenVZ in Dallas and Los Angeles, with prices beginning at $5 per month for 512 MB.
- The starting price for shared hosting is $2.99 per month, and the starting price for reseller hosting is $6.99 per month for 10 accounts.
- Atom dedicated servers are available for as little as $30.45 per month.
WSWD.Net: Cheap VPS with a Money-Back Guarantee for the First 30 Days Starting at $30 Per Year in North America!
Before you sign up, as always, make sure to read the terms of service and the acceptable use policy. Although there is nothing particularly unusual about these documents, I always advise people to read them because each host has its own policies. For instance, WSWD only allows game servers to be hosted on dedicated servers and mandates advance approval for the hosting of adult content on shared servers.
Have fun with WSWD, and if you’re already a customer, please share your feedback about the quality of their service in the comment section below.
DMCA Agreement of WSWD
WSWD Inc. DMCA Agreement (Last Rev. 10/10/2013)
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (also known as the “DMCA”) includes a provision that makes it possible for service providers to be notified of allegations regarding the unauthorized use of copyrighted materials. According to the DMCA, a claim needs to be delivered to the Designated Agent of the service provider. Due to the ease with which delivery origins can be spoofed and altered, email is not an acceptable form of communication. If you have reason to believe that WSWD Inc. ought to be notified of a possible online copyright infringement involving a customer of WSWD Inc., please contact our Designated Agent by sending a letter through the mail or by using a delivery service such as FedEx or UPS:
Abuse Division, WSWD Inc., 1621 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001, Attention: Legal Reports
Download of the DMCA Claim Form
It is important that you are aware that in order for your notice of claim to be valid, it must be in accordance with the specific requirements that are outlined in the DMCA. Before you send in your claim, you are strongly encouraged to look them over (see Section 512 (3) of 17 U.S.C.). Copyright.gov is the place to go to read up on all of the requirements.