YouTube account suspended wrongly? Now to get it back?
If you believe that your channel was terminated in error, then you can appeal the suspension of YouTube account. If you see the following page when trying to log into your suspended channel, then you should click on the ‘contact us’ link which is at the lower portion of the page.
Upon clicking on that link you’ll see the following page which has the appeal form for suspension of YouTube accounts:
This page has the url:
Info you need to provide in the form to appeal the suspension of YouTube account
In order to get to the ‘appeal submit’ page now, simply copy the above link text and paste it into the address bar of your web browser. You can also click on the link directly, it is supposed to open the page in a new tab.
While filling the form, firstly give your full official name, the gmail address you use to log into your suspended channel and also any email that you have currently access to. Even if YouTube terminated your channel, you should still have access to the associated gmail. So you can provide this particular gmail address in both the gaps, unless you don’t use it too frequently to exchange emails.
After this you’ll need to provide the url of your suspended channel. This is mandatory to appeal the suspension of YouTube account. In case you didn’t know how to find this url, feel free to click on the following link to read the article which describes how you can always find the url of your terminated channel.
Language that you should use if you’re appealing for the first time
Lastly you need to briefly explain why you think your channel was suspended in error. You can be using a language like the following.
I believe my channel was suspended in error, because I never violated any copyright or community guidelines. Some users must have flagged my videos/channel randomly and improperly. So please review into my case and unsuspend/reinstate my channel and oblige me thereby.
(Your official name).’
Then you can hit the ‘SUBMIT’ button.
Be sure to wait at least 3/4 days before you can appeal the suspension of YouTube account again. You may do so in case you thought your first appeal didn’t reach YouTube team for some unknown reason.
When it is appropriate to confess your faults
If you receive a reply saying that ‘We have decided to keep your account suspended based on community guidelines‘, then nevertheless you can appeal again. This time don’t feel shy to confess your faults if you committed any. Assume that you really violated some of YouTube’s community guidelines (like stuffing the description of some videos with irrelevant keywords), feel free to confess those violations in a language like below:
‘ Dear YouTube,
I am extremely sorry that I might have violated some of YouTube’s community guidelines, that’s why my channel has been suspended. Would you please pardon me only this once and give me my channel back? If you do, I promise you that I will never violate any of YouTube’s guidelines/TOS again. You can even delete those videos that violated YouTube’s community guidelines.
(Your official name).’
If you appeal the suspension of YouTube account in a language like this, you might get your channel back; although the chance is really very slim. Some YouTubers claim to have their channel back after repeated appeals/submissions. But always maintain a 3/4 days gap between two consecutive appeals, or you may never get any reply from YouTube accounts team whatsoever.
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Learn another way to appeal the suspension of YouTube account if it’s a brand channel
However, if you repeatedly receive this reply from YouTube team saying that ‘We have reviewed into your case and found that your account is fully active and operational. You should be able to login with your correct gmail id and password. If you forgot your password, you can always ask for a new one’, while you still found your brand account suspended, then you should appeal in a different way. Feel free to click on the following link to know the details.