My main account doesn’t exist anymore?!

Sk0ld

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So this happened to me like 2 years ago when i wake up to find out that my main adult twitter account is not exist, It doesn't say suspended or anything just not exist try to search with the number with the email and nothing is exist, and i tried to get the username but i can't, and when i tried to talk with the support no replies, no email no nothing just not exist, and btw the account was like +600k followers and I've been get suspended like 2 times before and i managed to get it back, but this time i didn't get even one word from the support team, is this normal? what makes me think about it again now is i heard that the big adult companies can gets your account down with some money so i don't know.
PS: There's still around 10k adult videos around the internet with the watermark of that twitter account all over the internet which makes me really sad cause i can't get it anymore.
 

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Wasn't it hacked and the username changed by any chance? Because when you visit a profile, the message is different, when an account doesn't exist ("This account doesn’t exist") or if it was suspended ("Account suspended").
I don't think, that Twitter would just delete accounts without trace (without the suspension message on the profile page and a notification sent via email the very least). For the very reason, that suspended usernames can't be re-used.
Deactivation is out of question as well, because in that case, you can re-register the username after 30 days (if the account doesn't get reactivated in that time frame).

Can you remember any tweet posted from that account? If the account still exist and your tweets are still there, you might be able to use Twitter search to locate the account that way. Or what happens, when you search for your domain name tied to that account (i assume, there was one)?

Also, there's a unique numeric ID belonging to each account called Twitter ID, which stays the same, no matter if the username changes. If you know this number, you can try to locate the account that way too by placing the number after this: https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=
If the account was hacked and the username changed, the present username can be revealed.
 

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I'm sorry for your experience. It is absolutely disappointing and astonishing to get all your hard-earned effort disappearing overnight. I hope the Twitter support will take the necessary action regarding the lost account.
 

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Wasn't it hacked and the username changed by any chance? Because when you visit a profile, the message is different, when an account doesn't exist ("This account doesn’t exist") or if it was suspended ("Account suspended").
I don't think, that Twitter would just delete accounts without trace (without the suspension message on the profile page and a notification sent via email the very least). For the very reason, that suspended usernames can't be re-used.
Deactivation is out of question as well, because in that case, you can re-register the username after 30 days (if the account doesn't get reactivated in that time frame).

Can you remember any tweet posted from that account? If the account still exist and your tweets are still there, you might be able to use Twitter search to locate the account that way. Or what happens, when you search for your domain name tied to that account (i assume, there was one)?

Also, there's a unique numeric ID belonging to each account called Twitter ID, which stays the same, no matter if the username changes. If you know this number, you can try to locate the account that way too by placing the number after this: https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=
If the account was hacked and the username changed, the present username can be revealed.
I tried everything and the account is just disappeared, i have many other accounts that follow that main account so even if he (the hacker) changed the email phone number username, i still can see it, but its just not exist anymore, and the username can't be used anymore it's way more than 1 year now not just 30 days lol, to be more honest i think my account was bothering a rich arab oil country government a LOT, they used to block my links to their people like every hour, i used to make a brand new domain name and after less than one hour will get banned in that country lol, so i guess they fix the problem with some money lol, imagine i was typing to login to that twitter account and i was going back to the main twitter.com page like a glitch or something, and after like a week of keeping trying a start getting the massage "This account doesn’t exist".
 

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Wasn't it hacked and the username changed by any chance? Because when you visit a profile, the message is different, when an account doesn't exist ("This account doesn’t exist") or if it was suspended ("Account suspended").
I don't think, that Twitter would just delete accounts without trace (without the suspension message on the profile page and a notification sent via email the very least). For the very reason, that suspended usernames can't be re-used.
Deactivation is out of question as well, because in that case, you can re-register the username after 30 days (if the account doesn't get reactivated in that time frame).

Can you remember any tweet posted from that account? If the account still exist and your tweets are still there, you might be able to use Twitter search to locate the account that way. Or what happens, when you search for your domain name tied to that account (i assume, there was one)?

Also, there's a unique numeric ID belonging to each account called Twitter ID, which stays the same, no matter if the username changes. If you know this number, you can try to locate the account that way too by placing the number after this: https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=
If the account was hacked and the username changed, the present username can be revealed.
Even before that happened, i used to think about it like, if these guys trying to stop me SO BAD why don't they just throw a couple of millions of dollars to some twitter workers to "fix the problem forever".
 

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Someone change the username is the only possible reason
 

Sk0ld

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Someone change the username is the only possible reason
And how about the account is disappeared from all his 600k followers? he block them all after changing the username? and how about i can't get that username after 2 years if it's really "Not exist" ?
 
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