Account Suspended.

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  1. shinez

    shinez New Member

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    basically. I can't even make an appeal, I can't find any link on my account to.
    and this is what I get when I get home from work.
    Some guy named duk on Steam sent me this.

    (After he was messaging me to say something important for like an hour, he wanted me to give him my TeamSpeak 3 IP adress. but yea since i didnt know the password to it he just told me in steam chat.)

    16:53 - duk: I guess I can just tell you
    16:53 - duk: Okay, so I was told you, shinez, was not sh1ne^
    16:53 - duk: For starters
    16:53 - duk: xD
    16:53 - duk: Anyways i got paid to take down one of your websites
    16:54 - duk: By using a hosting exploit
    16:54 - shinez_^: ...
    16:54 - duk: Hence why all yours are down now
    16:54 - duk: I just wanted to apologize.

    (i'm shinez_^)


    and this part here is the interesting
    "16:54 - duk: By using a hosting exploit"

    So I'd love if my accoutn can get Unsuspended and so I can access my cPanel again.
     
  2. shinez

    shinez New Member

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    Sorry didn't knowwhere else to post this.
     
  3. Skizzerz

    Skizzerz Contributors Staff Member Contributors

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    This forum account is not attached to any hosting accounts. What domain/account are you talking about?
     
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    shinez New Member

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  5. Skizzerz

    Skizzerz Contributors Staff Member Contributors

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    You should be able to log in to appeal the suspension at https://x10hosting.com/sso/login -- make sure you use the email address you registered the account with. Be thorough in your appeal, providing as much evidence as you can.
     

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