When we were younger, our parents told us that it was nice to share. As the saying goes, "Sharing is Caring". Apparently Filesonic didn't get that memo. Filesonic used to be a frontrunner in the race to be a leading filehoster: widely used, widely adored, and they could even make some money at it provided they proved there was value in their services. Maybe that was the problem, though: file sharing and making money apparently don't go well together, at least in the eyes of the law.
A lot of people got burned last month when Megaupload was taken down. Not only did people lose their files, but they also lost the value of their unused Megaupload premium accounts, which is now worth nothing. Following that, Fileserve, Filesonic, Filejungle, Uploadstation and other cyberlocker / filehosters self-mutilated their services in such a way that it destroyed the purpose of having a premium account with any of those file sharing sites. Now, we have tens of thousands of premium account holders, in my inaccurate and unscientific estimates, looking for ways to get refunds for their premium accounts with Fileserve, Filesonic and others.
The internet is officially broken. Well, at least kind of. If you look at the internet for what it is -- a network of destinations that is connected by links -- then the internet really is kind of broken. You've likely arrived here because, all of a sudden, download links for Fileserve, Filesonic, Filejungle, Uploadstation and x7.to suddenly stopped working and you want to know what happened to all of these popular file download services and their not-working download links... well, here it is: