There's nothing inherently wrong with this question. It's going to be a common problem.
So why not write one definitive, killer answer explaining exactly what folks can (or can't) do in this situation? It may be true that this community (or anyone, for that matter) can do nothing about it, but that may be an answer in and of itself. Or perhaps there are ...
I've always thought that the 'service provider availability' reason for close is perhaps better grouped with the 'product or service reviews' category. There have been a number of times I've seen Qs that ride the line between these two closing categories end up with a bunch of votes split between the two.
Perhaps reword the second to 'product or service ...
According to our community guidelines those questions are off-topic. I feel that it clearly falls into the "subjective" category. I routinely close such questions as off-topic under the "service recommendation" reason.
On a related note, perhaps we should update that explanation to include "service reviews".
According to the Help Center:
...and [the question] is not about …
politics or philosophy
a site or software recommendation
I'm not sure but I think these questions may be better suited for Money Stackexchange
Is there enough space for?:
Questions regarding the legal side of the use of Bitcoin are off-topic as the answers depending on the local jurisdiction are unlikely to be helpful to others
Law question come very often.
I have suggested improving
Questions seeking product or service recommentadations are off-topic because they tend to become obsolete quickly. Instead, describe your situation and the specific problem you're trying to solve.
Questions seeking product recommendations or service reviews are off-topic because they tend to become outdated quickly. ...