Hi everyone, just to make things clear, I'm not talking about obvious ban reasons like posting adult content, posting the same pin like crazy or stolen pics with unrelated URLs. I'm trying to make sense of those ban reasons which are not obvious to the naked eye. I'll use my own story as an example. My 1+ year old business account (health niche) got banned this fall and from the conversations I had with Pinterest support I learned it had something to do with posting spammy pins on group boards. I never posted anything spammy (pins came from lots of mainstream health sites and I always manually checked repins), pinning frequency was low compared to a heavy pinner (about 20-30 pins per day) and I never pinned more than one pin/day in the same group board. However, I made the rookie mistake of using Buffer to schedule pins on group boards (which to be honest was a really stupid idea) and I'm 90% sure that's what got the account banned. The only two possible reasons for the ban (I thought a lot about this) are 1) I posted the same pin right after another pinner (maybe in multiple instances because they were scheduled pins) and got reported or 2) a Buffer glitch posted the same pin on the same board consecutively (this happened to someone I know but it wasn't on a group board so there was time to delete the duplicate before anything bad could happen - Pinterest is more strict with group boards anyway). I learned from my mistake and started from scratch but can't help to think someday I may do something I consider benign and wake up with my account disabled. What ridiculous ways did you managed to get banned on Pinterest?