Thanks for the response. I can understand the different filters put in place to help keep some of the unwanted activity from the platform, and even appreciate them. We work with a small (less than 500) group of bloggers and VAs who actively share their content. We don’t want people using our system to do anything that jeopardizes their Twitter account or even the app itself.
We are completely willing to work with Twitter to get this back up and running. We just need to know what caused the issue so we can fix it. Without that we are stuck and our user base would like answers that we can’t provide at the moment.
We just hoped that we would have gotten some sort of email or something that said: “Your app did x, y, z, and therefore it’s been restricted.” so we can have a clue as to why.
We want to be very pro-active to resolve the matter for us, our users and for Twitter so it doesn’t happen again.