Acceptable use policy
This acceptable use policy was last updated on Monday, 20th January 2014.
This acceptable use policy is designed to protect our customer accounts as well as our hosting platform, resources and network, and to ensure high availability of services to our customers and your website visitors. It is also used to ensure that Bareflame Limited ("we") complies with UK laws.
It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure that they comply with this policy, which may be revised at any time, without notice. The most up-to-date version of this policy can be read by visiting http://www.bareflame.net/terms-and-conditions/acceptable-use-policy/.
Any customer or account found to be in breach of any part of this policy, may have their account(s) suspended pending investigation. Where required, or when requested, we may pass details to law enforcement officials. Should your account(s) be terminated, any unused term remaining on any product is non-transferable and will be forfeited.
By accessing any part of Bareflame's network, you are deemed to have accepted all terms and conditions, including this acceptable use policy.
- Account security
It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that they maintain strong passwords to their account(s). You may change your password to any of our products or services at any time.
Should you contact Bareflame by telephone, you will be prompted to provide the answer to your security question, set through the MyAccount control panel. If for any reason you are unable to provide the correct answer to this question, we will require additional proof of account ownership before we will discuss or conduct any changes to the account.
Bareflame will never request details of your account via email. If you do receive an email appearing to be sent by us, please do not respond, and forward a copy of the email (including headers) to .
Actions taken by someone with your username and password will be deemed to have been authorised by you, except where you have notified us prior of any security breach. Bareflame Limited reserves the right to refuse service and/or access to its servers to anyone.