December 11, 2012 at 1:56 am
This is Ryan Pelerin, Website Movers' Founder/CTO.
Several years ago I dealt directly with Mr. Ryan Pelerin, Founder of Website Movers'.
Needless to say someone (my competition) had managed to delete my website and I had to have it rebuilt.
I had nowhere to host my site, so Mr. Ryan Pelerin
offered to host my website for FREE and he
was most helpful in every respect.
Eventually, I had 2 websites moved and Ryan Pelerin
insured my that everything would be fine even though I was a very small account.
To my amazement, everything did go great.
I am not a "computer or website person" but Ryan Pelerin
was there for me always and performed everything perfect and beyond.
is honest and a professional.
You always hear the complaints, but never the "good stuff".
That means you're doing a good job or got what you paid for.
No one is perfect.
Years later, I did have an issue with one person at Websitemovers'
and it was not Mr. Pelerin
No one or company is perfect, but unfortunately "people have to pass the buck or blame.
I am sure that is what has happened in Ryan's situation because ultimately if Mr. Perlerin would have known the truth of an unsatisfied customer and or a bad situation within his
would have addressed it and/or remedied the problem immediately had he
known the TRUTH.
Again, this is the way he
is and this is the way he
Even though I had a similar situation, as did Ryan
, (not Mr. Ryan Pelerin) I would highly recommend Websitemovers' and trust them.
Mr. Ryan Pelerin helped me "when I needed it," he
did a GREAT JOB and he
did not know me and that is something I will never forget!!!
I did work with Ryan Pelerin
towards the end of the ordeal, and I found him to be the one person that was helpful that I worked with.
I would just like to be clear, my issue is not with Mr. Pelerin
By the time I spoke with him, I was already several hours (more than a full working day) into migrating the content myself and getting the runaround from everyone else that I talked to.
Complete lack of accountability.
And even though Ryan
tried to help, there was still nothing he
could do to remedy the situation.
offered to comp me one hour of work, when Website Movers
estimated the migration would take in upwards of four hours to complete.
So, that would have been $109 off of a $436 bill.
Quick question Ryan
, from Brian ironically enough.
Thank you Ryan
for letting me share my experience on your blog.