When submitting a support request, there are three different types of requests:
A Verified ticket means you've confirmed you own the account you're submitting a support request for. Verified requests can be done through email (where you provide the verification in the email), or through the Account Management Panel (AMP) as shown below.
Non-verified email to
A Non-verified email means you might have to confirm your account with either the last 4 digits of the credit card on file, or the current AMP password for your account.
A Non-verified question means that we'll look into and respond to your issue in our public Q&A section of our website. These are typically for questions outside of the general scope of our support team.
Differences between support requests
The main difference between a Verified and Non-verified support request comes down to the information we can relay to you, as well as any account changes that we can make for you.
If you just need to ask us a quick general question a Non-verified support request is fine. But if you actually need us to give you specific information about your account, or need us to make any adjustments for you, this needs to be done over a Verified request.
If you prefer to send your support requests in via email, simply provide either the last 4 digits of the credit card on file, or your account's current AMP password in the body of your email to turn it into a Verified request.
Checking on status of a support request
We answer all tickets in the order that they come in. If you'd like to check on the status of your support request you can use the My Tickets section of PerlDesk, or start a live chat, or give us a call at 877-595-4HUB (4482).
After you login to AMP, click in the top right hand corner where you see the icon labeled Get Help.
You will then see the options for help. Scroll down to the bottom and you'll see the section to send a ticket. Click on the drop down labelled Select a department. You will be able to select either Billing or Support.
Next, click on the Subject blank and type in a title for the issue. Then click on Support Request Detail to add the description of your problem. Make sure to add any error messages, the steps to duplicate your problem, and versions/descriptions of the software involved in the issue. For example: "I'm seeing a 403 error message when I view my website URL. I am using WordPress version###. This error occurs after installing XYZ add-on." Click on Submit to send the ticket.
After you submit the ticket you'll see a confirmations screen saying that the ticket was sent. You will also receive confirmation in the email from the support department.
Submit ticket over email
If you'd like to submit a support request to us just over email, you can follow the steps below to accomplish this:
Send an email to
By default a support request coming in over email is Non-verified, if you need specific account information, or need us to adjust something on your account this requires a verified request.
Simply provide either the last 4 digits of the credit card on file, or your account's current AMP password in the body of your email to turn it into a Verified request.
What you see after submitting a support request
After you submit a ticket, you should receive a confirmation email from our system with your ticket ID.
Now you just need to wait while we review your support request in our ticketing system. You will get an email from us again once one of our support staff replies to your ticket
Adding more details to a support request
If you need to add more details to your support request, you can simply reply to the email you recieve from our ticketing system without altering the subject.
Please note that when adding additional details to your support request, this resets your ticket's position in the ticket queue. So if it's something of a time sensitive nature you should instead check on the status of your ticket.
What we see when you submit a ticket
When you first submit your ticket, it will be assigned to our Tier1 support staff to investigate further.
When a ticket is first submitted, we'll see something such as a new ticket was submitted 19 seconds ago.
Now because I told our support staff to ignore this ticket, it stayed in the Tier1 queue for 21 minutes and there would then be tickets being worked on before and after this one.
Please note that when adding information to a ticket, it resets the ticket's position in our queue. So if it had been showing it was in the queue for 21 minutes and then you updated the ticket, it would go back to being submitted 10 seconds ago.
Need immediate help?
As always we're here 24x7 to help, so if for some reason you aren't able to view the status of your support request please start a live chat session with us or give us a call at 877-595-4HUB (4482).
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I've installed a 3rd party app called Freshstorebuilder
Errors occur and I've submited tickets to you and contacted the developer and have no resolution. Your support says it's a coding issue and the developer says it's a security issue on the server---frustrating!
Would you please look at the following link to the developers installation requirements and tell me if my account meets them?
I am trying to follow you directions to check on the status of my support request by using the My Tickets section of PerlDesk, but I cannot for the life of me find anything called PerlDesk, let alone a My Tickets section!
Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, you only posted a comment on the bottom of the guide on "How to submit a ticket." Since this is a public forum, I have marked out your domain name for security purposes.
You can easily submit your ticket in amp as described above, click here for the instructions.
Typically, yes the information would be fully deleted, however, if you have previously made a full cPanel backup, or have purchased backups, you may submit a verified support ticket to see if content from this email address is available in the backups.
I was trying to log in to my Web Premium Builder to edit our website, instead this messages appeared "You plesk site builder license has expired. contact your server administraor". So, here i am :) How do i access our website editing now?
Hi , first up non tech savy so please bear with me.
I have downloaded wordpress and notification download successfull through web hosting softaculous.
When page comes up in hub screen doent direct me to log in to wordpress to add /wp-admin .
I have had someone do a web site for me but not very well so I only wish to do one myself but cant find word press to log into . My web hosting site shows original web site that was done and cant delete that till jan 12 but i cant even bring up my dashboard to start a fresh.
Sorry to be a pain to anyone will to take this on.
Sorry to hear you're having problems with to the login. Unfortunately, you haven't given us much information about your account (and if you're a Web Hosting Hub customer), so it's difficult for us to be specific. I will try to give you some general information that I hope will help you login to WordPress.
To start, we do have a bunch of WordPress tutorials that help you get started. You don't have to necessarily stay in the same installation of WordPress that's already been created. Typically, the WordPress login uses a URL based on the domain name that was used to install it. So, if it was domain_name.com, then the admin URL would be http://domain_name.com/wp-admin. If you want a quick way to install WordPress yourself (through Web Hosting Hub), then use the Softaculous application.
I hope this helps to clarify the issue for you. If you can provide your domain name, we can always look at the account and see where WordPress was installed. Please let us know if you have any further questions or comments.
Sorry you're having problems with your WordPress site. I took a look at it, and it appears that you altered the login with a plugin called Login Radius. You will need to work through their login procedures to get in. Here's their support page for logging in: How do I get a LoginRadius API key and secret? I hope this helps to answer your question, please let us know if you require any further assistance.