Common! Site with Apache's test page isn't good marketing trick!
If you are seeing this then you are 'denied by server configuration' which means you are connecting from an ISP that is blocked from accessing our site, which means you are probably from Lithuania, Indonesia or Malaysia (to name a few) but specifically it means that we have blocked access from your ISP's.
The IP's we add to our deny file are only there because we have either received fraudulant orders or a port scans from them. We take both seriously and for those honest users like yourself it causes such problems. Before adding any IP block to our deny file we do think carefully about the negative impact this will have on other users.
We would much prefer to not have to block anyone from visiting our site but until there is a solution to the wider problem of credit card fraud from certain countries there isn't much we can do.
Now, I thought about taking this discussion to the personal level, but then changed my mind. I'm from Lithuania and the way you decided to ban whole countries is something out of this world. I agree that CC fraud is quite a problem here (as anywhere); working where I do, I professionally see those who aren't fortunate enough to slip through. I cannot justify them. It's a criminal offence and should be pushished as this. HOWEVER, to ban the whole countries reminds me of methods used by Stalin or Hitler.
IMO, you should report each and every fraudulent order to authorities, manually doublecheck them (i.e. made from the IPs you don't like), use different screening methods (although I think that every online payment system use triple screening for every transaction), but heck - not blacklist the whole countries!
Firstly let me correct your misunderstanding, we do not block whole countries, The countries I mentioned were mentioned because around 90% of the IP's we have blocked are from those countries, for some countries we do have large amounts of IP's blocked.
Secondly, we do make manual checks on every order and it is how we can spot orders which are fraudulent.
Thirdly, when we receive a fraudulent order we inform the ISP of what has happened, provide the information needed for them to identify the person involved and ask them to take action against the individual and if they are in a foreign country ask them to assist us in reporting this to the authorities in that country, we also inform them that if they do not take action we will block access from their IP's. I can tell you that we have never had a response from a Lithuanian ISP.
Finally, being older than most who frequent these boards (I'm in my 40's) and having lost a grandfather and two uncles to Hitler, let me tell you what we do in blocking IP's in no way compares to what he did.