My site has been getting ton of traffics from DigitalOcean causing CPU overload on my server. Please STOP. This is not funny. We are a business. This is affecting our business. If it wont stop, we are forced to take legal action.

Please take a look at the Cloudflare report.

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Good luck getting digital ocean to pay any attention to you. You should do what I do: assist their customers to switch to AWS and Azure.

It’s really easy - those services are cheaper and much better.

Hi there @thuractuonglai,

In our public community, we aim to answer open questions about anything SysAdmin, DigitalOcean and beyond. However, we make every attempt to keep personal information safe and so don’t ever access personal account information here. This means we can’t provide help with any account or billing-related issues.

Please reach out to our amazing support team who will be more than happy to assist you with your account issue! :)

Hope that helps! - Matt.