We understand that having an active API key can be important for your work, and are sorry to hear that yours has been disabled.

The most common reasons that an API key is disabled include:

  • Rate limits violation (learn more about requests limits)
  • Terms of Service (ToS) violations (learn more about our API Terms of Use)
  • Use of API key for purposes than those in the request form
  • OAuth1 keys are no longer supported (learn more about requesting an OAuth2 key)

If you receive a notification or you detect that your API key has been disabled, contact our support team for help.

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