A new provider from Russia offers a package of 50 rubles. According to the page description, its bandwidth is 1Gbps！
Fraud by Russian provider towwwer.host
But when you buy, you will find that its bandwidth is only 10Mbps. This is not due to network congestion, but the provider has set the maximum speed to 1220kib/sec
Another point, in all purchases of this package, not all have this limit set, some of them do not have this limit
In response, the merchant replied that it is obvious to set the minimum speed for the minimum package
Regarding this statement, when posting this post, in order to find any instructions on their website
However, according to this isp system, it is obvious that this is not the lowest speed but the highest speed
What do you think of this behavior?
In order to attract buyers to label large bandwidth, the provider actually limits the bandwidth to 1%. Is it correct? Or is it wrong?
On the afternoon of the 15th, the new development of the event
In order to prevent more people from discovering that they secretly limit bandwidth
This provider has hidden the bandwidth limit information on the panel
Money not important, 50 rubles can only take the metro once in St. petersburg
upset about this type of fraud,I am curious about what the provider will do next
post articles, for this kind of intentional behavior, I am happy to do SEO for them
In my opinion, the provider can mark 1Gbps and distribute it to 100000+ users
But it cannot indicate 1Gbps but secretly limits 10Mbps
Добавлено (17 Сентября 2020, 15:27)
And now this is conspiracy to defraud. Let's dig deeper.
No visible contacts of company. A sign to think twice before order;
Domain registered: 2020-05-06;
Fraudulent intentions confirmed in another Russian review(?) forum https://poiskvps.ru/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=860 (there is english bits);
Price is less than 0.60USD -- that is 2 to 5 times cheaper than IP address alone, not to mention other resources;
Misleading advertisement masking to evade confrontation with non-comfortable facts (a.k.a the Trump move);
Let's make some _ASS_umptions:
Very likely to be a classic "hit&run" schema;
Credentials harvesting (if you entered credit card details - GG);
I might be to dramatic, paranoid or plain and simple stupid, who knows, but I would better host my ISO's with cociu than this, thought price point is mouth watering.