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I have had Earthlink as my email provider for years and kept it even when Time Warner (Bundle Provider) wanted me to switch to Roadrunner. I did not want to change my email address and had had no problems with Earthlink at that time. In April of this year, my old Gateway computer started having problems. I was told to switch to Windows 8.1 to fix my problem. I didn’t know that 8.1 was totally different than 7.0. I couldn’t complete the download because, at one point I was supposed to enter some code. I’m 66 and not very high-tech so I called for help and I at first wanted to go back to 7.0. Microsoft said someone could help me download 8.1 because the new computer I was thinking about purchasing would come with 8.1 anyway. They got me to some help from YodaCare (An India company). They convinced me to take out a 2 year deal with them to help me with my problems and provide security. They had a icon I could click and the geeks would come on immediately to chat with me. Toward the end of April, I got an email virus. YodaCare had my security but their site said they couldn’t watch my email since it was under a protected password. I called Earthlink and a guy there helped fix the virus and told me that they could automatically give me 30 days coverage from Norton 360. After 30 days, I would have to pay for the protection. I told him NO because I had just signed a 2 year deal with YodaCare. In my dealings with Earthlink, I did have them expand my storage space and it was going to cost me $3.76 on my regular charge card (my Time Warner bundle covers the rest of my computer coverage). So far, so good. My credit card bill was reflecting this small cost. My credit card statement, due 8/20/14, suddenly reflected a payment to Earthlink of $25.75. I looked back and found that the statement ending 7/20/14 also included a charge of $26.47. The earlier bills were correct. I called Earthlink and was told that I had ordered 4 things (1—Email by phone (I don’t even know how to email by phone). 2—Earthlink on-line backup. 3—PC Fine Tune (still have no idea what that is) and 4—Norton 360. I told the guy that I had not ordered any of that. I told him that they had offered Norton360 when I called in re previous problems but I told them NO since I had paid for other security services. I don’t remember the 1st Earthlink guy talking about the other 3 things but know I wouldn’t have ordered them because I didn’t even know what they were. The new guy said he would take all 4 things off from future billings but I would have to contact Customer Service during the day for reimbursement for the past 2 months. My daughter, a little more high tech, helped me look at my computer installations to see if any of these 4 things had been added after my 30 days of free coverage. They had not been. I called the next day and the girl said she could not take of the charges since I had ok’ed them. Told her I did NOT. Got her boss because I was having trouble understanding the accent. He told me the same thing. He then said he would reimburse me $23.80 from the current bill but not the previous one. I asked him how they could charge me for something I never ordered and they had never added to my computer even after the 30 day free time? He just said the best he could do was credit me $23.80. Told him I was going to cancel my email service with them and go to Roadrunner and complain to everybody I could think of. I want my money back.
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EarthLink is an IT services, network and communications provider headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The company serves more than 150,000 businesses and 1 million U.S. consumers. blockquote "The legal proceedings concerning ex-Board member Reed Slatkin do not involve or impact EarthLink or EarthLink funds. read more
Important pages are Internet, Security & Tools and Website & Marketing. The Earthlink.net blog is located at: https://www.earthlink.net/blog/. - Visit the blog page
In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Earthlink.net:
|#||Description||URL of the website|
|2.||Security & Tools||/security-software-tools/|
|3.||Website & Marketing||/website-marketing-tools/|
|9.||Terms & Conditions||/tcs/|
|10.||Is your website performing?||/website-marketing-tools/#web-assessment|
The websites of Earthlink.net are served by a Nginx server. The content management system WordPress in the version 4.9.8 is used. The HTML pages were created with the latest standard HTML 5. The website does not specify details about the inclusion of its content in search engines. For this reason the content will be included by search engines.
|Number of websites:||about 100 - more websites using this IP address|
|Best-known websites:||Bncollege.com (exceptionally well known), Earthlink.net (exceptionally well known), Tufts.edu (completely known)|
|Language distribution:||98% of the websites are english, 1% of the websites are dutch|
|Cms-Software:||WordPress, Version 4.9.8|
|Load time:||1 seconds (slower than 59 % of all websites)|
|HTML version:||HTML 5|
|Filesize:||188.45 KB (364 recognized words in text)|
The website doesn't contain questionable content. It can be used by kids and is safe for work.
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