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How do I get back the upoaded files of a suspended web site in geocities?

How do I get back the upoaded files of a suspended web site in geocities? Topic: Writing web service
July 17, 2019 / By Azel
Question: I am a 67 year old man trying to build a web site for Indian children under geocities.The entire thing vanished one fine day after I have put in 6 months work.The only reply I got was that I have violated their TOS.Noexplanation, no warning and no help. What I need is those files which I have upoloaded so that I can upload them in some other web site.How can I get those files?Who in geocities would be able to help me?
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Wilda Wilda | 5 days ago
Your site is suspended, and for instance, I can't open it... or your site is suspended and you can't get into your site panel!? If it's the first... then go to your site panel and download everything to your PC drive... If it's the second... have you tried to write over your "domain"... ... for example... you know your index page gives you the message that it's expired... but you can get to your folder "images" for example... and it will appear as the "ancient" DOS directory! If you can't do anything... then you really might call the customer service at: 1-800-318-0631
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Wilda Originally Answered: What effects will getting suspended have on my chances at getting into MIT?
I work in the admissions department at the University of Miami (florida) and I can tell you for a fact that we have deferred applicants because of suspensions or history of misconduct. Trust me, as a private institution they have a lot more discretion as to who they reject. I'm not saying its the same way there, but I know it plays a very large factor down here. Good luck.
Wilda Originally Answered: What effects will getting suspended have on my chances at getting into MIT?
What are your grades like? Edit: Is this on a 4 point scale? Any AP exams? SAT scores, extra curricular activities? A good transcript goes a long way. If you really have the stuff for MIT, they may over look your suspension HOWEVER you're more likely to be deferred or waitlisted. Edit again: What event in debate? Also, I hiiiighly suggest retaking the SATs, MIT isn't going to take scores in the 600s :/
Wilda Originally Answered: What effects will getting suspended have on my chances at getting into MIT?
Providing it did not result in criminal charges that you are found guilty of it should make zero difference. We all make little mistakes when were young. Thanks Bill

Sharleen Sharleen
If your site has been suspended then you can't get the files back until the suspension is lifted. You can try to call the customer service number and see what they say. 1-800-318-0631.
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Sharleen Originally Answered: How long will my account be suspended?
Like people say it is permanent unbless you win an appeal and not many do. You can try, you have nothing to lose.WHERE TO APPEAL 1: some notices do not have a link with which to appeal. In these cases, send your appeal on this form: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/answers/first_appeal.html HOW TO APPEAL DO 1: keep it very brief, and very polite 2: keep to the facts - mention why you believe your content was NOT a violation (either of the one "Reason" on the VN, or of the CG in general) DO NOT 3: talk about how other content left up is worse than yours 4: talk about how upset/angry/sad/disgusted you are 5: accuse Yahoo of bias or censorship 6: make threats to Yahoo or their staff
Sharleen Originally Answered: How long will my account be suspended?
The majority of suspended accounts are really permanent. Not too many have gotten them back. It's in the TOS and CG's they can and do what they want since they own the web site.

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