Violators can appeal permanent suspensions if they believe we made an error. They can do this through the platform interface or by filing a report. Upon appeal, if we find that a suspension is valid, we respond to the appeal with information on the policy that the account has violated.
How long does it take Twitter to respond to an appeal 2021?
A Twitter suspension can last anywhere from 12 hours to 7 days. The timeframe depends on the nature of the violation. In some cases, a Twitter account can be suspended but be in read-only mode. This means users can still see and engage with the account.
How long does a Twitter account appeal take?
There are no specified timescales for Twitter to review an appeal and restore an account. In our case, we could find no violation of the Twitter rules and our account was restored approximately 2 weeks after filing an appeal.
How do you beat a suspended Twitter account?
If you are unable to unsuspend your own account using the instructions above and you think that we made a mistake suspending or locking your account, you can appeal. First, log in to the account that is suspended. Then, open a new browser tab and file an appeal.
How do you tell if your Twitter account has been suspended?
If your account is temporarily restricted, people who visit your profile may see a message letting them know the account may have violated the Twitter Rules and asking them to confirm they still want to view it.
How long does it take for Twitter to unlock your account 2020?
The process can take up to 72 hours and we’ll notify you through Twitter and email when your account is ready. Please note that when your account is eligible for restoration, you’ll have 30 days to proceed, after which, you’ll no longer be able to regain access to your account.
Can Twitter block your IP?
It is likely you would not be prevented from creating a new account if you tried. If you should happen to find that your IP really has been blocked by Twitter, you could try contacting your Internet provider and requesting that they assign a new IP address to you.