Yes it would be, but they do their part by warning you when you sign
up on their homepage. this does not warrent a complaint.
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On Jan 6, 2006, at 4:39 PM, Scott Rutkowski wrote:
Yeh that's all fine but i think a warning email might be nice to tell you that you have 3 days left till your account may expire.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jared Rimer" <jrimer2002@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2006 10:18 AM
Subject: Re: A note to those folks with k7.net numbers
Direct from the signup form at the bottom.
If a K7 number is inactive for 30 days (use is determined as a call or fax message
to that number) , we may terminate the account for non-use.
If your account ever does become terminated, you can register online for a new
account. An account can also be terminated immediately, if use of the service is
in opposition to the Laws governing transmission of documents, or use for illegal
purposes of any kind. A maximum of 20 messages can be stored on the web site.
After which, the newest message erases the oldest. Messages will be saved for only
7 days on the web site.
At 02:08 PM 1/6/2006, you wrote:HI all.
Just wanted to let everyone know if you have a comment line for your podcast provided by
if you haven't recieved a message on your provided number for over 30 days, k7.net reserve the right to terminate that number.
This happened to me and I just signed up again and I luckily could choose my old comment line number I use for the wormcast again.
Just wanted to let everyone know.
Very inconveenient and there's no email warning or anything and i'm going to complain to the folks at k7.net about this.
They don't have the right to simply cancel a number without any prior warning or written notification as far as i'm concerned.
Thanks all for your time.
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