I just had a work account with Elance.com closed by their management because they found that my paid editing of Wikipedia service to be a "potential violation of another site's terms of service".
When I pointed out to them that Wikipedia has no terms of service to violate, they responded that I must finish up my current Elance project (in process), then they would review that project client's feedback, then make a final determination on the account. In the meantime, my access to all of my project notes and reports and financial milestones was cut off by Elance. In other words -- "finish your work, but do it with one arm tied behind your back".
Well, my client was so offended by what Elance had done to me, he closed his Elance account.
So, Elance's final decision -- my account shall remain closed, and I am not entitled to any appeal.
What do you think about this, folks?