No, the seedbox can only be used to download torrents. Nothing else.
Yes, you can use the seedbox to seed on BakaBT, U2, etc.
You can download anything you want (on both the shared and dedicated plans), as long as it's not against the terms of service.
On all dedicated plans, there are no restrictions on what you can seed, as long as it's not against the terms of service. On shared plans, you should only seed to reasonable ratios, in particular high risk content (e.g. movies, TV shows etc). This doesn't apply to anime related content (seed as much as you want!) There are no restrictions for seeding on private trackers. If you want to permanently seed content unrelated to anime on public trackers, upgrade to a dedicated plan.
You can pay with a credit/debit card via PayPal.
You can also pay with Bitcoin or Ethereum.
Yes, this is possible and can be discussed by email.
Very occasionally, ruTorrent does crash, but not to worry. First try to reboot via your control panel. If still down, just drop us an email and it'll get fixed.
We do not log any activity from the seedboxes, so there are no records of whatever you download/upload.
Yes you can, as long as you stay within your HDD quota.
Yes, you will receive automated emails when you have less than 1 week left of your subscription.
You will receive emails reminding you that your subscription has expired. If you do not respond, your seedbox will usually be removed five (5) days after expiry. For your convenience, monthly automated payment plans are available, so you don't have to worry about remembering to renew.
Generally, yes. If you're struggling to pay on time, let us know and we can be flexible.
Filezilla seems to be unable to detect UTF8, which can be fixed by doing the following: Site manager -> Charset -> Force UTF-8.
Yes, this is possible. Drop us an email, and we will sort it out for you.
No, only 1 trial per person.
For all intents and purposes, yes. If you regularly exceed 50 TB of traffic a month (an average sustained speed of 150 Mbps), we may ask you to move to a dedicated plan.