This site keeps on Blocking me!
September 9, 2015 3:59am CST
I am a member of this site that pays you to blog. I love this site. I received my first payment last month. I really love there. I even blog in advance for that site.It has a limit per day and I take advantage. I am very persistent with blogging there. However, the only problem is that this site keeps on blocking me. I I thought at first, my laptop was having a virus so I used my anti-virus to check that virus. But it is free from virus. I cleared my cache, and the same thing still happens. It happens three times and just now, is the fourth time. The admin of the site is the one helping me gets back to the site. He asked my IP and after that I can enter again. Then it happens. I reported it again but this is making me sad because I know it will happen all the time. I wish to solve the problem. Now I can search for the site and the site shows, but I cannot log in, so I am pretty sure the site itself block me. I am waiting for the admin to reply on my 7th email for today but I think he is sleeping. This is what it says: rry, you have been blocked! We are sorry you have reached this page because you have been blocked based on our firewall rules. This may have been caused by one or more of the following reasons: Your PC may be infected with a virus or botnet software program Someone in your organization may have a PC infected with a virus or botnet program You may be utilizing a dynamic IP address which was previously utilized by a known spammer Your marketing department may be sending out bulk emails that do not comply with the CAN-SPAM Act You may have an insecure wireless network which is allowing unknown users to use your network to send spam Content submitted by you may have been classified as "malicious" Your country has been blacklisted by us In some cases, this may be a "false positive" These measures are in place to increase the safety of this website and to keep it clean for our valued members. In certain cases we may allow blocked visitors to unblock themselves temporarily by solving a captcha challenge below. I am not technical person so I wish you can elaborate to me in Layman's term.
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