1020 error useful answer

I am receiving an 1020 error code. I am trying to access shipt. I deliver for them. In all the responses to this issue, they are common sense and not helpful. I can’t contact the site owner because I’m blocked by your fire wall from even being able to do that. It isn’t because they blocked my country because that would be blocking all their business. So neither response is helpful not address the issue. I’m not asking anyone to change the error message. I’m asking what it is that I’m unknowingly doing to violate the rules set up with cloudfare because obviously it’s happening with cloudfare considering I was able to access shipt last week just fine. I’ve changed nothing. I’m using my phone. Now if I’ve been hacked and it’s causing this, I would think that’s very important for me to know. So the question isn’t how do I fix the error. The question is how do I determine what about my IP or browser that’s causing the error. I’m homeless. It isn’t a small thing that is happening here. I need to work and your service is preventing that. Again I can’t contact the owner to find out this info because again your service prevents me from doing so. If you don’t know the answer please say so. Thank you.

While visiting a site protected by Cloudflare, error 1020 “Access denied (Error: 1020)” indicates you’ve violated a Firewall Rule. When this happens, you’ll see the error “Access Denied (Error: 1020)” and your request was blocked by the filter based Firewall rule on the site. If you’re the site owner, you can find the requests that was blocked by the Firewall on the Firewall page under the Events menu. See this #CommunityTip for suggestions to avoid this error,

I guess the only option is to contact them how you contact them normally as long as that is not via their site (phone, email). Only the site owner knows why you’re blocked and only they can change that.

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