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Godaddy Set UP Hosting Problem

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by peachereis, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. peachereis

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    Hi Guys
    I just bought Domain example.Com on Goddady which I Hosted on - Removed - (free hosting). Also I changed NS servers to point - -Removed -. Than I bought goddady Economy Linux Hosting and I wanted to move my website to that hosting. So I changed NS servers to default and it allready passed 48 hours, but when i'm going to Hosting->Manage-> Set UP here I got no avaliable domains. Also if I write example.com it says Its already hosted . any ideas?
     
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    Have you spoken with GoDaddy support yet? You might start there.
     
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    I live in Georgia (Country). So There are no godaddy's offices and calling abroad is not cheap you know. If no one is able to help me I will try to call. Its very strange they got no mail support service
     
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