Have your account been suspended recently, has Twitter deleted your account, we teach you how to recover your Twitter account.
“Your account is suspended”, “temporarily restricted Twitter account”, have you seen these messsages when you visit your profile? The social networks tries to put order in their userbase by blocking or suspending certain user accounts. The reasons for these blocks can be related to a multitude of variables that largely depend on what has violated the conditions for Twitter use. Blocking by age, blocking by spam, blocking by reports from other users…
If you are in such a situation, today we will teach you how to recover a suspended Twitter account.
How to recover a Twitter account blocked by age?
Twitter recently carried out a massive blocking of accounts whose users had registered at the time of creation with less than 13 years of age. Although recovering a Twitter account blocked by age is very complicated, we can appeal to the technical service of the social network through this form.
Once inside, click on “Suspended or closed account” and fill in the form with all your personal data exposing the problem and requesting the reactivation of the account.
During this process, it is probable that the Twitter service requires a photograph of your ID or another sort of identity document to verify you are indeed of legal age.
How to recover a temporarily suspended Twitter account?
In the event that Twitter has temporarily blocked your account for whatever reason, the reactivation of it will not take effect until the end of the period that the service has deemed appropriate in the informative email.
In general, this period is usually 30 days, and once it has elapsed, you can log in without any problem. If you still prefer to report complaints to the Twitter, you can do it through this form by clicking on the Deactivated account option.
Once you have indicated the reason for the deactivation, the process from that point is exactly the same with the previous explanation.
How to recover a deleted or disabled Twitter account?
Unlike an account temporarily suspended or blocked by age, recovering a deleted or deactivated Twitter account is usually a process that depends on the user. Because the action to deactivate or delete the account must be carried out by the user itself rather than the Twitter.
The problem in this case resides when the action has not been carried out by you, but by someone else, who fraudulently entered your account.
Reactivating a deleted or deactivated account is usually as simple as logging in with the same user during the first 30 days of blocking. In case the user or password is not identified by Twitter, you need to follow the usual procedure to recover account with your phone, email or username through this link.
If by any chance you can’t access to any of the means that we have just mentioned, because they have been changed by third parties, try this link to reset your password. You can also contact the technical service of Twitter through here and follow the same steps from the previous cases to recover the account in question.