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Foodilicious Kitchen

Why blogger deleted my blog?

I just received an email from Blogger
It stated:
Hello, Your blog at http://foodiliciouskitchen.blogspot.com/ has been reviewed and confirmed as in violation of our Terms of Service for: PHISHING. In accordance to these terms, we've removed the blog and the URL is no longer accessible. For more information, please review the following resources: Terms of Service: http://www.blogger.com/go/terms Blogger Content Policy: http://blogger.com/go/contentpolicy -The Blogger Team
How to get my blog back. Its so important to me. I started the blog since 2013. I never make any violation for my blog.
Please help. Its so urgent.
Thank you.
Lyssa Hamzah
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Chuck Croll
Chuck Croll
Hi Lyssa,

I am sure that this is a frustrating experience - and I thank you for writing here, for advice.  Impolite treatment of genuine blogs, however, is an unavoidable side effect of Blogger protecting all Blogger blog owners, against people who will try to misuse the Blogger service.

Please, read the linked articles, and help us to help you.  This will give you a better idea of the basic requirements for abuse / malware / spam review.

[FAQ] Does The Blogger Abuse Mitigation Policy Violate The Rights Of The Blog Owners? 
  1. Can you login to Blogger?
  2. Can you submit a "Restore" request from the dashboard?
You need to login to Blogger, and find a dashboard link labeled "Deleted blogs" / "Locked blogs".

To start, you submit a Restore request, and wait 24 to 48 hours.  You post back here after 24 to 48 hours have elapsed - if necessary - and we take the next step.


Having submitted the "Restore" request, please provide a screen print of the "Deleted blogs" / "Locked blogs" / "My blogs" dashboard displays, here, so we can properly report your problem.  Read the FAQ, for instructions.

There are various reasons for blogs being deleted.  To use your time effectively, you should make sure that you can be properly helped.


If you're able to provide the dashboard screen print, as requested, you're more likely to have your blog properly reviewed.

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