What's going on?
A couple of days ago my nation got lost. According to Nationstates it didn't exist anymore. So I created a new one.
Now the CIA of Nationstates tells me I have two nations and they will act against me, if I don't correct this. And well, my previous nation is there again but changed the region.
Does the Intelligence (?!) Committee have any e-mail address?
[I'm not a moderator, I just think they might need more info:
A coulple of things:
First, what was the name of your old nation?
Second, did the NS Intel... thing... send this to you via telegram? If so, could you click on the name of the sender? Adminstration-related telegrams are not sent by nations themselves, so there wouldn't be a link to the nation's page in the "sender" field of the telegram (I hope that makes sense). If there is, you may be being tricked by someone.
Third, there is no rule against having multiple nations (that's why I think it seems kinda suspicious), but having multiple UN nations can get you into trouble. If both of those nations are in the UN, I'd suggest you resign one of them (or better yet, both since you can always reapply later.) --Felix]
CIA of Nationstates? Sounds like a scam to me.
United Nations Intelligence Committee
This nation has been determined to be in breach of UN rules, which allow each player to have just one nation in the UN at any given time. This is an official warning, to allow you to rectify the situation. If you do not comply, the UN will be forced to take action against you.
This is a semi-automated telegram. If a Game Moderator detects some cheat hits, but not enough to justify an ejection, then this telegram is sent to the nations in question to alert them to their behavior.
In this case, however, the telegram was sent in error. There are no indications of any UN multying on your part. You may rejoin the UN.
--The Modified Democratic States of Cogitation
"Think about it for a moment."
NationStates Game Moderator
[Ahh, I stand corrected then. *Makes note of this.* --Felix]