Twitter account suspended

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Jul 26, 2018
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I’m reaching out it concerns to why my twitter account has been suspended ive done an appeal for my account. I’ve done nothing wrong on my twitter so I would like to understand why is it that my account got suspended
 

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I can't see your tweets but some of the others who have responded to you have some interesting accounts. Perhaps you retweeted something that is against the rules. It doesn't have to be nude pictures - read the full list of offenses.

Here is a list of the rules on what can't be posted and leads to suspension. Carefully look at these and see if you have broken any of them. Perhaps you re-tweeted something from someone who had their Twitter account suspended for breaking the rules?

https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules

There is a place on the link aboved that you can appeal the suspension. Have you done that?

They don't suspend without reason.
 
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According to various news reports, Twitter is on a massive clean up campaign -- getting rid of bots, spammers, etc. Some people may be caught in it, but there are numerous articles on the issue. Have you appealed the suspension?

https://www.recode.net/2018/7/24/17603618/twitter-bots-api-suspension-apps-spam

Did you create your account when you were underage?

https://www.theverge.com/2018/7/24/17595112/twitter-banning-underage-users-lie-age
I’m 24 years old
According to various news reports, Twitter is on a massive clean up campaign -- getting rid of bots, spammers, etc. Some people may be caught in it, but there are numerous articles on the issue. Have you appealed the suspension?

https://www.recode.net/2018/7/24/17603618/twitter-bots-api-suspension-apps-spam

Did you create your account when you were underage?

https://www.theverge.com/2018/7/24/17595112/twitter-banning-underage-users-lie-age
im 24 years old i only created in high school and didn’t start using it until about 2 years ago
 
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I can't see your tweets but some of the others who have responded to you have some interesting accounts. Perhaps you retweeted something that is against the rules. It doesn't have to be nude pictures - read the full list of offenses.

Here is a list of the rules on what can't be posted and leads to suspension. Carefully look at these and see if you have broken any of them. Perhaps you re-tweeted something from someone who had their Twitter account suspended for breaking the rules?

https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules

There is a place on the link aboved that you can appeal the suspension. Have you done that?

They don't suspend without reason.
I don’t see nothing in those rules that I didn’t comply with. I didn’t see where I can appeal the suspension neither .
 

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As Carrie said - you need to use the website information. We have had no luck in helping with any type of suspensions from Twitter, Facebook, Amazon. The companies will not give us any of their security information on why they do what they do.

We should probably close this thread since we can't do anything else.