Flashat username is the unique name used to identify yourself on Flashat. We have a few rules on what you can and can't include in your username. Please consider these guidelines for all the details, including examples of the types of usernames that are and are not allowed.
When you reserve or book your Flashat username, choose a username that you represent, you like and or easy to remember.
We don't allow third-party trademarks, brands names, emails, phone numbers, or web addresses to be used as usernames..
We have special regulations for brands and trademarks, and if you are not authorized then we will regretfully remove it.
FLASHAT USERNAMES RULES:
Make sure you read and commit to these guidelines. If you don't, you will be subject to actions up to suspending your account.
Each user has a unique Flashat username associated with each account.
Username can include letters a-z, numbers 0-9 and underscores.
Username cannot include spaces or symbols or dots.
Usernames must be at least four characters long.
Username can be a maximum of fifteen (15) characters long.
Username is Case Insensitive. (e.g. Flashat and FlashAT is the same username)
Username should not pretend to be someone else.
Usernames must not include profane or obscene language.
Username can't contain third parties’ trademarks or brands.
Username can't contain a phone number.
Username must be adhere to Flashat Terms and Conditions.
Once the Flashat account is booked, you will be contacted when the Flashat App is launched and give you first priority to have it, subject to creating your Flashat account within 7 calendar days from then.
Reserved usernames are linked to the mobile number used for the reservation, and you need to use the same mobile number in Flashat App registration process to claim reserved username.
Users can’t use a single mobile number for multiple reservations.
Usernames cannot be changed. Only Premium Users can request to change their USERNAMES by submitting a SPECIAL REQUEST in Flashat App Settings.
USERNAME RECYCLING POLICIES:
Usernames are provided to the first registration. However, usernames may be freed up for re-registration, if:
involved in an active impersonation.
are no longer active, meaning, there is no login activity associated with the account for at least 6 months.