There are two basic reasons:
- You broke one of the rules. In this case you will have been sent an email explaining what you did wrong and that you have been banned from using the free SpamCop service.
Your email address is bouncing. A requirement of using SpamCop is that you must maintain a valid email address that accepts mail from SpamCop. ISP replies to your reports are routed through SpamCop to your email address. If the email address no longer exists, or your ISP does not accept mail from the SpamCop server, your authorization URL will be suspended until communication with you can be re-established. (Of course, since SpamCop has no way of contacting you, you will not have received the email referred to in the message.)
If this happens, please Contact Us. Please be sure to include the particulars, including the email address you used to sign up with SpamCop. An administrator will investigate and lift the suspension once a valid email address is set up and communication with you is verified.
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