Wow. I wonder what "terms of service" They think were violated. Nice of Them to fail to respond. Geez.
Name of company?
when i get control of the domain back will let ya know. right now they have it .
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I wonder how we violated there TERMS OF SERVICE?
Funny that this all happened when many fileshare/torrent/political sites were down all at once. I thought at first it was my browser that was phooked but.......... No....... Most sites were down for about 24 hours or so.
Try using Dyn DNS service or No-IP service. They have been working great on my site http://oathkeepers.from-fl.com and about 20 others.
Mahalo James! Yeah lol I texted Nikki we kept in touch. So that's cool... thanks for holding the fort down james!
Have they responded yet? I mean is that against the policy that you agreed to. If it is not to in depth or giving to much information, that you are not allowed, have they told you what it was that we have done to violate terms of service? Were we even givin a warning of any kind? Sry in advance if you think I am trying to be nosy, just concerned and curious about our situation.
No response yet mystery.
Hopefully by Monday we will be back to normal...woot.