I would imagine that's the extent of what they've done. The site will remain unavailable until the billing cycle resets, the owners pony up for premium hosting, or the ISP decides (after manual review) to make an exception to their usual policy.
That was a real quick turnaround for the ISP to contact the site admins who haven't touched it in 2+ years and who removed the pic then inserted a blurb into the family tree with a link to a biased site, with no comment on the front page...hmmmm.
Of course it is. The ISP managers didn't need to do anything. Their server did what it was programmed to do. There was no need to contact the site owners. In fact, even the ISP sysadmins probably don't know about it yet. They'll find out when the owners complain or they review their logs and wonder about the traffic spike. LOL!
If you go to the front door, the message is unambiguous. As is the page title ("Suspended Domain"). Duh!!!
So the ISP managers (not the site admins who haven’t updated the site in 2+ years) left the site up, left the main page alone, edited the family tree buried deep on only one page, removed the pic, inserted a blurb and a link to a biased website and then suspended the account because it was a premium account? Yeah, that makes all the sense in the world...seriously.
You do realize the "front door" and entire site were fully functional when I created this thread don't you?