Godaddy Tier One Support Why Bother

This old code is now back up and running on its old home where 99% of the perma links exist.  It turns out I had tried redirecting with a CName and this caused an issue with the forwarding.  If the Godaddy tech that I waited on for 5 hours bothered to look at the site settings rather then telling me to wait 48 hours I would have been up faster.  Why offer support if you just brush people off.  You only anger your customers that know it doesn't really take 48 hours to update DNS and if you ping the site and it resolves something is not right.  What ever happened to customer service?  I will be calling support from now on.

Comments [2]
Friday, 19 September 2008 05:37:43 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
What was the solution to this for you?
Friday, 19 September 2008 10:21:58 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I created an A record that recreated the subdomain. The blog engine takes care of the rest.
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