Learn how to appeal if your Twitter account gets suspended and restore your account in this tutorial.
There are several reasons why your Twitter account may get suspended. Twitter decides to suspend user’s account if it’s been compromised or on the grounds of not adhering to the Twitter rules.
Twitter accounts mostly get suspended because Twitter thinks your account might be spammy, fake, or if it detects abusive Tweets or behaviour that can harm to others users.
You can appeal to Twitter to get your account unsuspended and restored as usual if you haven’t done any serious violation of their rules.
Follow the steps below as I walk you through getting your Twitter account unsuspended.
The screenshots that you see in the tutorial below are from my experience when @SocialShire got suspended, and I appealed to get it back.
Make sure your Twitter account says it’s been suspended. When your account is suspended, your Twitter account URL will be redirected to this account suspended page.
Steps to Submit Appeal Form for Suspended Account
1. The first step is to log in to your Twitter account. Sometimes, restoring your suspended Twitter account can be as simple as verifying your email address or adding your phone number to your account.
If you see any notifications asking you to provide your phone number or verify your email address, follow the instructions and your account will be unsuspended shortly.
2. If you don’t see any such notifications, you might only see a prompt like below asking you to visit Suspended Accounts page for more information.
You might want to visit the page and learn more about why your account might have been suspended.
3. So, if you think Twitter made a mistake suspending your account, go to this Appeal Form and submit a description of why you think Twitter might have suspended your account.
Please ensure that you have been logged in from your suspended account to access this form. You will see a notification asking you to login if from the suspended account if you are logged in from any other active account.
4. You can just select desktop for the first question asking you “Where are you experiencing this issue?”
Second, take some time to explain the issue and why you think your account might have been suspended.
Remember, you are writing to a real person on the other end – it pays to be polite.
5. You can now expect an email from Twitter support within next few days.
6. If they are convinced with the reasons or might have done in error, you will get an email shortly saying your account has been unsuspended.
7. It only took few hours for my account @socialshire to get unsuspended and here’s the email that I received.
If you receive any other email, please follow the guidelines and co-operate with them to get your account unsuspended.
You can find more forms for several other Twitter issues such as getting your account restored, help with a locked account or verifying your account on this page.
I hope the tutorial was useful to help you unsuspend your Twitter account. Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.