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Going on 3-4 weeks with a suspended account... WTF?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by cheekymonkey69, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. cheekymonkey69

    cheekymonkey69 Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I managed to get an account suspended and filled out a request to reconsider with Twitter. 3 weeks passed and not a word after replying to the initial twitter response. I went ahead and put in another request a week ago to reconsider the suspension.

    Curious... is there an easier way to unsuspend an account? How long does this process typically take?

    Thank you!

    CM
     
  2. wizard04

    wizard04 Elite Member

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    I am also interested to know this, I am waiting for 6 days for twitter support to respond.
     
  3. cheekymonkey69

    cheekymonkey69 Junior Member

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    Wizard... Any idea why you got suspended?
     
  4. Gosocials

    Gosocials Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yeah me also faced this problem i sent request to twitter with in three days my accounts get back . . ha ha ha . i m lucky
     
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  5. hongnguyen

    hongnguyen Regular Member

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    There is no supporter in Twitter. Their bots will response you soon! :D

     
  6. cheekymonkey69

    cheekymonkey69 Junior Member

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    Still no response.... (sigh)
     
  7. skadoosh

    skadoosh Regular Member

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    What kind of account was it? Niche, follower amount, etc.
     
  8. Yoblo

    Yoblo Newbie

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    IMO, you should never put all of your eggs in one basket on Twitter. It's so easy to create new accounts that it's absurd, so you should create tons of accounts and get large follower counts on them all. I recently read [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, Calibri, Geneva, sans-serif]a[/FONT]n article (I can't link to it because of forum rules but do a search for "I created a fake business and bought it an amazing online reputation") wherein a guy on a site claimed to have created 5 million Twitter accounts.