Last Updated: Feb 12, 2018
They go back about 1,100 days and the indexer refreshes it's lists every 5 minutes.
In the last year or so NZB indexers have been shuttering their sites at an alarming rate. But as an old site gets shuttered, another one pops up to take its place. Such is the case with NZBGeek. First they tested their site out with a select few people, and now they have declared it good, and opened it up to the general public.
NZBGeek is a Newsnab based site that incorporates a MyBB forum. And, while the site is Usenet oriented, the admin asserts that they want to create a community of like minded techies, that happens to index NZBs. Here are some of the feature highlights:
Memberships start at free, (still a good deal, but only 2 NZBs p/day) and then start charging $1 p/month for the full VIG access. VIG access will give you use of the API for your favorite downloader, unlimited downloads, the monthly drawings and a whole lot more. They are presently accepting new members at the free level, but actively encourage new members to upgrade to the VIG status.
I spent a bit of time poking around in their chat room and forum, for the temp VIG account, you sold another one,) and found that the community is as cool as the admin wishes it to be. Lots of activity as well as the expected Usenet discussions. I believe that this site will go far, possibly even becoming the next Newzbin