This article is for cPanel Accounts. Determine where your account is with this guide.
If your hosting account is allowed to expire and we do not receive a payment within 15 days of the due date, your hosting account is at risk for suspension.
If you believe this is the case, submit a ticket to our Billing Department. Be sure to include your Primary Domain Name, and your Client ID Number.
Billing is open between 8am and 5pm MST, Monday through Friday. Tickets submitted at night or on the weekend will be replied to during the next business day.
If your hosting account is found to be in violation of our terms of service, depending on the severity of the issue, your account may be suspended. Possible violations include Exceeding Resource Limits, Hosting Backups or Personal Files, Hosting Files that Violate U.S. Copyright Law, Hosting or Linking to Adult Content, Hosting or Linking to Material that is Illegal in the U.S., and Hosting Phishing Sites or Virus Files (or any content aimed to steal information, or harm a visitor to your site.)
You can review our full Terms of Service by visiting: http://www.westhost.com/policies/
If your hosting account is found to be sending large amounts of unsolicited email or is found to have been hacked or compromised, we may suspend your account in order to stop further damage and illicit use of your account.
If you believe your account has been hacked, you can read more about Hacked Accounts here. To get assistance from Technical Support, and to get your account un-suspended, please submit a ticket. Be sure to include your Primary Domain Name, and your Client ID Number.
Please understand that we only suspend an account as a last resort and we want to help you track down the cause as quickly as possible.