I received this from Nitroflare this morning:
"Greetings to all our customers!
Following unusual events and recent frauds we have decided to reduce our daily download limit from 50GB to 25GB.
Compensating this move, we now introduce an option to purchase extra bandwidth to users who wish to download beyond this limitation.
You can browse the offers in the following link:
https://nitroflare.com/bandwidth (only premium members can purchase additional bandwidth).
The extra bandwidth usage starts to calculate in effects only if you exceed your daily download limit, the system first uses the existing bandwidth and only after uses the extra bandwidth if available.
The extra bandwidth extension is non-expirable by time and is usable only while you have a premium membership.
I sent the following response:
"This is a violation of our agreement. I am entitled to 50GB which is meager by standards of other download services such as BigFile and Uploaded which offer unlimited download. May I have my money back, since you are no longer fulfilling your end of our agreement? This is an arbitrary move on your part, not a mutual agreed upon contract. How do you expect to keep customers when you pull this type of fraud? I will file a complaint with those web sites that list your service as a source."
Could you impress upon Nitroflare that it is not good policy to violate customer agreements by reducing services and then egregiously asking for more money to provide the agreed upon services? At least drop them from your links and rely upon reputable firms like Rapidgator and Uploaded.