Date: 10/25/2019 2 Minutes to Read
In this article, we cover how to get the best experience with our Community Support Center. Whether you have general questions about new software in Softaculous Instant Installer, or more advanced questions about GDPR compliance or root access in VPS Hosting, we want to ensure you know how to help us help you in our public forums.
See If We Already Answered It
Search our Community Support Center to see if someone else has asked about it already. Check out our Support Center as we release new articles daily and are constantly looking for new software that can help customers achieve their goals. You can follow our RSS feed – inmotionhosting.com/support/feed – in your email client or browser to stay up to date with new content.
Contact Live Support for Help Now
We monitor questions between 9AM and 6PM EST, Monday through Friday. However, we cannot guarantee an instant response and solution to new questions, although we respond as soon as possible.
We cannot access your hosting account from Community Support Center requests. If you need immediate assistance:
- Contact Customer Service for billing, and domain registration and transfers
- Contact Live Support for technical support and everything else
We cannot honor email requests from the Community Support Center. You must contact one of our live 24/7 departments above for email correspondence.
Don’t Give PII or Verification
Because we don’t have access to your hosting account from the Community Support Center, you should never post verification or personally identifiable information (PII). This includes payment information, usernames, passwords, email addresses, and other contact information that cyber criminals could use in phishing scams such as the “on this day” phishing email.
The more information you give us in your initial request, the better the assistance we can offer. You don’t need to give your website or other personal info for all situations for us to help you better. Provide what steps you followed to reach a problem, what troubleshooting you tried, and if you followed any of our articles related to your problem. This helps us understand how to replicate your issue to help you better and faster.
Make Article Suggestions
Have you noticed a new security or performance protocol we haven’t discussed? Are you using a content management system (CMS) we haven’t covered? Let us know and we’ll look into creating content for it and how you can make it more secure and accessible.
Questions? Check out our Community Support Center.