1. Wrong Friendster Login Used
In today’s world when you have dozens or more user names and passwords to remember, it is easy to forget your login, or to confuse one with another. It is stupid to use the same logins for all your password protected websites and pages, and occasionally you get it wrong.
This is the simplest of the login problems to resolve: click on the ‘forgot password’ link under the login box, and Friendster will email you your password. If you have lost your email address, then you have problems! You will have to re-register with a new email address and then invest in password security software that stores your login details and auto-fills login boxes for you.
2. Breaking Friendster’s Terms of Service
If you seriously breach Friendster’s Terms of Service, such as any of the list of prohibitions, you can have your subscription cancelled. You could appeal against this if you feel it is an error, but you will generally be unsuccessful. Social networks operate on trust, and any breach of that is unacceptable. Learn the TOS and stick to them – ignorance is no excuse. You will find the TOS in the navigation at the very bottom of each page.
3. Access Denied
Many employers and educational establishments such as schools and universities prevent Friendster access by denying access to the Friendster website. A Friendster login is impossible when the computer you are using identifies Friendster, or a specific IP address, as the target site. However, there is a way to overcome that: by using a Friendster proxy.
The way a Friendster proxy works is easiest explained thus:
The computer you are using is A. Friendster is B, with an IP address of IPB. You find a proxy site C with IP address IPC, and access it. Your computer recognizes that you are accessing site C with IP address IPC.