It's more likely you are trying to build an application that violates
Twitter TOS (like "hey, I'll help you get hundreds of followers"), or that
your Service will enable a "Spammy" behavior by users.

I doubt it has anything to do with the technical aspects. I've got
Whitelisted 4 times on 4 different services without any problem.


On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 4:47 PM, Jeansu Park <> wrote:

> Hello guys,
> My company just got rejected from being API whitelist, and I don't
> exactly know why.
> The rejection email said I can refer to
> about the rejection.
> My guess is that my subordinate put small amount of call number in the
> application.
> He has put Direct Message Methods->1,000 call per hour and List
> Members Methods-> 300 call per hour. But our call would be a lot more
> than this considering UV and PV.
> So, 1. Is the small call number a problem?
> 2. I just need to re submit the application with higher number?
> Thank you in advance.


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