CheapHostSites.com has been identified as the hosting company for the following website owners: HostGator.com HostGators.comHostGatorsHostGatorHostGatorialHostGATORHostGationHostGaijinHostGatGatHostGATHostGatoHostGatiHostGattHostGateGat HostGatthostGato HostGathostGatorhostGatt HostGAThostGat.comThe company has a website that has been featured in a series of viral posts from the Cheaters.
HostGato.com is owned by a man named John B. Gatto, and the company has been linked to a series by Breitbart News on the alleged corruption at HostGATOR, which was first exposed in a post from a man who goes by the name “Gatto” on the website.
Gatto has previously been identified in a lawsuit filed against him in Florida, and he was also named in a 2014 lawsuit filed by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
The lawsuit in Florida charges that HostGatto conspired with another man, Steven M. Pizzorno, to defraud him of $1.8 million from a “consulting firm” called Gatto & Gatto in 2013, and then falsely told the SEC about the alleged scheme.
The suit claims that Pizzotti lied to the SEC in 2015 and 2016 to keep his job as a HostGating employee.
The SEC and the Department of Justice both denied the allegations in the Florida lawsuit, saying that the SEC did not find any evidence that HostGamers was involved in any fraud or violation of the law.
The House Committee’s investigation into HostGats alleged scheme was announced by the Office of Inspector General in February, but Gatto denied any wrongdoing and has refused to answer questions about the case from the House Oversight Committee.
Gatti is now in federal custody in Florida after his arrest in November 2017 for failing to appear in court, but has denied the claims made in the lawsuit.
The investigation of HostGaters alleged scheme continues, and HostGatos legal team has been able to obtain warrants to search his Florida home.
It is unclear whether the warrant has been executed.
Gatt has not yet responded to a request for comment.
A post on the CheapHosts website on Tuesday stated that “HostGatin is committed to upholding our brand, protecting our brand and our brand values and protecting our reputation.
We have taken a proactive step to ensure that our customers will have an easy way to access HostGatin’s full range of hosting solutions, including hosting, cloud hosting, and hosting solutions that support our premium cloud hosting and hosting services.
In this way, we are continuing to ensure our customers can get the best hosting service possible.”
The company did not say when HostGati, the website hosting company, would cease to be hosted on the cheap hosting website, but it did not state how long the site would remain free of Hostgators hosting.
HostGatto’s attorney, John Pizzotto, told Breitbart News that the company’s website was taken offline in February and that it was only restored when a “sudden change in the internet traffic caused the hosting service to be brought back online.”
“It was a matter of a few seconds, but the hosting site was not restored in the same manner as it was prior to that time,” Pizzottos attorney said.
“We had no knowledge that the hosting was being taken down, nor was we aware of any criminal charges being filed.”
HostGatta has previously said that it does not use bots or automated servers and that the servers are “managed by a team of professionals who take pride in providing a professional service.”
Gatto was arrested in March 2016 for his alleged role in a fraud scheme in Florida that netted him more than $1 million from an unnamed investor.
He was charged with mail fraud and wire fraud, and pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud in May 2017.
He received a six-month sentence, served 10 months of house arrest and was ordered to pay $1,300 in restitution.