VPSServer offers subscription models that require pre-payment or subscription to services every month. If users fail to pay on time, they are sent notices to remind them, and after a set number of reminders, the VPS will be automatically terminated, and all data will be lost (known as "takedown").
Account suspension does not mean a Takedown has occurred; users are given a grace period to make the payment. A VPS is disqualified if the account cannot be billed, violates the content and hosting rules, or if VPSServer or regulatory bodies identify issues related to the account.
VPSServer.com subscription models work based on pre-payment or subscription to services every month. Users who do not pay for their subscription will receive a notice informing them to pay on time. This happens if the credit card or PayPal account does not have sufficient funds.
The notice will remind the user that the payment date is either closed or has passed. After a set number of reminder notices (depending on the plan you choose), the VPS will be terminated automatically, and all data (config and user uploaded) will be lost.
Takedown happens when a user fails to pay on time or requests VPSServer to eliminate all the available data on VPSServer’s storage. Manually terminating a VPS erases all data stored on it.
Account suspension does not mean a Takedown has taken place. Selected subscribers are given a standard grace period during which they can make the payment and continue using our services.
A VPS is disqualified when one or more of the following scenarios occur:
When, for some reason, an account cannot be billed
When a VPS violates the content and hosting rules laid out in the Terms and Conditions
Disqualification may also occur when VPSServer or regulatory bodies identify issues related to account/official information the user shares.
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