Account is banned by Geogebra

Jamhari shared this question 5 months ago
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Good morning Mr or Miss

My name is Jamhari, I am a high school teacher. I have a problem when I am creating the book, my GeoGebra account is banned. I don't know why it can happen or what is my mistake. Actually, I would like to do the research to my students by using my projects in my created GeoGebra book in the next week. So that, could you help me to repair my account, please? or what should I do to get back my GeoGebra account and my GeoGebra book?

this is the email that I used my account: jamhari.kawan@gmail.com

I also attach a picture of my account in the attached file

Thank you for your kind attention. I looking forward the further information and help for you. Please, help me.

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This profile pages related to your current profile here looks fine (not banned ;) )


We'll be checking you email asap.

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Seems, that our spam filtering was too aggressive ... we unbanned your account and made sure that won't happen again ;)

Sorry for the inconvenience!

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I am a middle school teacher and several of my students were banned after working on an assignment yesterday.

Here are all their user names:


315846

342934

375189

366924

368691

352384

366061

BrandonP334745

366371

345813

353528

383554

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Hello, I have more students from my 3rd period now:

368540

315815

376663

365234

347487

347638

361350

363716

343808

368453

523284

352462

342863

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Another:

325282

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Another: BryanYang100

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Hi I have another student who did not check their account on Friday:

427612

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370391

364300

413375

98200

It seems that my students who submitted their IDs to me on Friday have been unbanned, thank you! For future reference, did they all get banned because they signed in with their school IDs instead of "real" usernames? I would like to try to avoid this happening again.

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Sorry, those should now all work.


Yes, I think real names look less like "spammers" but we'll try and make sure numbers work too :)

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