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Locked out of cPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by -Kes-, Nov 4, 2007.

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    -Kes- Registered

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    hello, recently my friend got our account deleted at a hosting site (for bothering the admins :mad: )
    And we lost control of our domain, yet we still own it. I still have the link to the cPanel, but the login won't work. I am wondering if anyone knows what it might have become or how I could get back in to transfer the domain elsewhere :S

    Thanks
     
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    also, there is no password reset button :/
     
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    sarhosting Well-Known Member

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    If it doesnt login, then the account will have more than likely been terminated - I would suggest finding a new host (Maybe we can help www.sar-hosting.co.uk)

    Regards
    Richard
     
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    thanks, but we already have a hosting plan set up...

    The problem is we want to transfer the domain, but when we try to do that it asks for a security code and transfer ID. And the domain is registered so we can't reregister it or anything.
     
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    whoever registered the domain must do the transfer and is the legal owner of the domain.
     
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