Habr, help. Many are in awe of Twitter, but I have a couple of months of their curse because of their support.
The bottom line is this. As it snuck in to my hosting to a harmful virus had infected all sites at once. Well, many of them Google began to flag as malicious. With the infection figured out, Google fixed it. But after a week (!!!) Twitter began to flag sites as malicious. Apparently quite sloupoki work.
Banned a lot of sites, but for example, here is the website: Ubuntu Linux
. To see error just try to post the link on Twitter.
Started writing wherever you can. At the beginning of the address support.twitter.com/forms
sent a message, choosing different options, nothing. Then unsubscribe to email@example.com describing all for the umpteenth time. Every time I said something like this:
Hello from Twitter.
Thanks for your email. We'll review the accounts you've reported for abuse. In the future, you can report spam directly from the user's profile page. Please review the detailed instructions on our help page at support.twitter.com/entries/64986.
If you'd like an agent to review a spam account, Tweet to @spam with the username that you would like to have investigated.
If you think your account may have been compromised, please take these two steps immediately:
1. Change your password. After you log in, you can change your password at twitter.com/settings/password. Be sure to pick a strong, unique password you haven't used before. If you're having trouble logging in, request a new password at twitter.com/account/resend_password.
2. Check your connections. Check the Applications tab at twitter.com/settings/applications and revoke the access privileges of any third party applications that you do not recognize.
This help page has more information for hacked or compromised accounts:
If you're reporting a URL that you are unable to post on Twitter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with more information on the issue.
On email@example.com also wrote — no results.
Habr, help! I'm tired of trying to reach out to Twitter support.