SliceThePie Feedback, questions answered!!!

@boyuancy (1709)
India
December 24, 2011 12:39am CST
As I said in one of my earlier discussions, I had been using STP and then suddenly, one day, my account gets deleted and my IP gets blocked. I contacted them through an encrypted IP and this is what I heard from them: To Let You Know... Hi there, Thanks for your email. At present not all territories are able to use Slicethepie - this has been the case for many months. It would appear that when we relaunched the site in November some people were able to come in from restricted territories in error. We're sorry that this meant that you were able to use the site for a while. We hope that we'll re-open slicethepie to all countries in the future when you'll be able to log in as usual and find your balance within your account. The reason that some IPs are blocked is due to commercialising Slicethepie and SoundOut in the UK and US markets. If you have any further questions just let us know. We'll be in touch with any users when Slicethepie is available again in their territory. Thanks, Grace Slicethepie Support
2 responses
@deadbeat (84)
• United States
2 Jan 12
If I had not seen this discussion, I would have not gone to search for what this was. I have listened to 2 songs so far and written reviews on both songs, I got told good review, and paid .09 cent for each review now I'm waiting. I'm sorry you got told you don't qualify for the site currently and I hope they can find ways to make it a world wide site, as music is enjoyed by people around the world not just restricted areas.
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
3 Jan 12
I hope you are from USA or UK or you will have to suffer the miserable situation as I did. I had almost $5 in my account. Good luck to you on using the site.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
13 Feb 12
boyuancy, it seems you are so angry with them??whats going on?
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
13 Feb 12
and maybe that the answer, why many connection from indonesia can`t access anymore slicethepie it include your country too?