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How to remove onlineguardian.net?


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#1 dazzle2000

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 06:55 PM

yep. tried to go to a forum on forumotion and i was brought to onlineguardian.net

telling me it was blocked blah blah... but i want to access the damned website.

 

i'm using a Macbook. how to disable it?



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#2 Buddyme2

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Posted 31 August 2013 - 12:40 AM

Found this at http://help.forumotion.com/t69823-onlineguardian-what-to-do

 

Are you seeing a page called OnlineGuardian instead of your forum?


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Well, you should know that OnlineGuardian helps Forumotion to prevent forums from breaking their Terms of Service.

When you were creating your forum you have agreed to the (ToS) Terms of Service. You can view the Terms of Service if you haven't done so already. Here.

There are many reasons as to why your forum was banned. Below is the most common reason why your forum is banned.



  • Violent or repulsive content
  • Hateful or abusive content
  • Defamatory content and / or affecting the integrity of a person
  • Sexual and/or pornographic content
  • Harmful and dangerous acts
  • Copyright infringment
  • Spam
  • Phishing and/ or malware website
  • Credit card fraud



**These are just some common examples of what your forum might be banned for.**

If you think your forum follows the Terms of Service, please follow the steps below.



  • Click the Contest this decision.


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  • You will be required to fill out the form in order to be able to contest the ban. If you don't you will not be allowed to contest the ban. 

    **All the fields are required**


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  • Once you fill out the form you will see this message.


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  • If you don't get a reply from OnlineGuardian in a few days your request has been refused and you will no longer be able to get the forum back.


Please note that once OnlineGuardian bans your forum, the chances of getting your forum back is very slim.

 



#3 dazzle2000

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Posted 31 August 2013 - 10:03 AM

Actually , it was somebody elses i don't i use Forumotion.

 

and yea i realized that i can't disable it that its a Forumotion thing

because i tried on my phone and it appeared. i feel retarded for not realizing it.



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Posted 31 August 2013 - 11:00 AM

Have you tried clearing the cache and cookies from your web browser?






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