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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Jayce

General FAQs:

Q: How do I get free vps?
A: Post on the forum! FreeVPS Club is a post4host forum. You need to be a registered member of good standing and make 30 quality posts to qualify for a VPS. Once you have reached our minimum requirements for a VPS, wait for the VPS Requests forum to open and then request a VPS.

Q: What are the monthly requirements to keep a VPS?
A: You have to make a minimum of 15 posts per month and comply with our club rules and any additional requirements when those apply to your VPS.

Q: What are the minimum requirements to request a VPS?
A: You should have at least 30 posts and a 0% warning level before you request a VPS.

Q: How long does the VPS last?
A: VPS will be yours as long as you follow our Forum Rules and remain a member of good standing.

Q: How can I renew my VPS?
A: Your VPS will be automatically renewed for the next month once you have completed the monthly 15 post maintenance requirement. If you are in breach of the rules or sponsor's requirements of the VPS, or failed to make all of the posts to maintain the VPS, the VPS will be terminated.

Q: What are the VPS specs?
A: Please check our VPS Specifications thread. (TBA)

Q: My VPS was terminated, why?
A: The VPS gets terminated due to violation of our forum rules, or sponsor's terms of service. Or if you failed to make the required number of posts (15 posts).

Q: Can I cancel my VPS?
A: You can cancel your VPS at any time if you have a valid reason.

Q: What are the Acceptable Content rules?
A: Don't post illegal content, don't spam and stay cool. You might also want to read our forum rules here.

Q: Do you provide backups for my VPS?
A: No. You are responsible for making your own backups and are encouraged to make this regularly. Responsibility for the content of the VPS lies with the owner of the VPS.