Thank you Dom for your reply. Don’t discount yourself, sometimes “community” people know more than actual staff does. In my case, however, due to the really severe and complex manner in which my domain, email, gsuite, etc… is in at present, I think truly in order to even begin to straighten this out that a member of Cloudfare’s support management is going to have to help me. My current Google Gsuite account is in such a mess now that even I, being what I would consider a Gsuite and Google Domains expert cannot even figure my situation on hand here. Whoever did “whatever” to my account, whether that be by hacking or from Google error, is totally beyond my comprehension at this point.
Therefore sir, can you tell me how to reach Cloudfare Sales and/or Support on an emergency basis. I just need some type of information to gauge approximately when I will reach them. It is nearly 2AM now here in the USA so you’ll have to clue me in here…
And when you say that Cloudfare is not a host of any kind, I am a little confused because you also said to change my email nameservers? Am I getting that straight?
You are also welcome to repost my string here to another community board if you so wish. I just chose your “security” board because this does in fact involve all types/levels of security.
Thanks again sir. I see that you’re in the UK. You must just be getting on with your day now
domjh MVP '19, '20
I’m sorry to hear that, if you want to get your domain set up on Cloudflare you will need to add it to your account here and then change the nameservers at your domain registrar across to point to the servers provided.
Cloudflare generally don’t provide hosting services, and you would still need that for your site. Nor can they really provide that much assistance with your GSuite issue, in general I would recommend making sure you use strong passwords and enabling multi-factor authentication wherever possible.
Note: I, as with most of the people here on the comminity, am not a Cloudflare staff member.