I'm presuming "Denice Shuty" at Facebook's Yahoo Small Business is you. If not, you may still find the below of interest.
Did (or do) you have a AT&T Yahoo Small Business account? IF so... see what Ryan Karcher wrote today at 10:14 AM PST under the heading "Deactivated AT&T Yahoo Small Business accounts".
I'm not going to copy all of what he wrote, but he starts with the following:
In closing he writes:
If you're an AT&T Yahoo Small Business account owner whose account was closed and you'd like to reactivate your services, please contact us at 408-916-2149 and our Customer Support team will walk you through reactivating your services. Please note: After reactivating your services, your website files and emails may not be able to be restored.'
You should be able to read it in its entirety by going to Facebook link above. I realize I'm taking a lot for granted. But it does seem like a plausible explanation.
Another option might be to post at Yahoo Small Business Advisor.
The best course of action would be contacting Customer Support by phone. I think it's going to take some perseverance, as they're extremely difficult to get in touch with. (From what I read and first-hand experience)
Best of luck....
Yahoo Small Business web-hosting has suddenly shut down countless websites and business email accounts beginning Sunday, December 1, coincidentally the day after Shop Small Saturday.
This came with no warning from what Yahoo customers are reporting. From reading numerous posts on the Yahoo Small Facebook page, business owners, IT departments and others are left with no way to contact Yahoo Small Business. The phone numbers provided have recorded messages with instructions that customers should hang up and send them an email,, or that the number is out of service, or that the office is closed.
Yahoo has not been forthcoming with any information as the shut down enters its third day, paralyzing many small businesses.
CNET - please investigate and help get us some answers!!!