You have been banned from Tinder but you still want to use it and you want to find out how to get unbanned from Tinder? If you don’t know the proper way to get out of Tinder ban in 2020, you will most likely get banned or shadowbanned again.
But don’t worry, in this article, we will explain the three ways that still can get your Tinder account unbanned if you do them in the right way.
At the end of the blog post, we are also going to give you some advice, if you managed to unban your Tinder account what behaviors you should avoid in the future if you want to avoid getting your account blocked again.
How To Get Unbanned From Tinder?
Currently, Tinder’s official website claims that they don’t offer any formal Tinder ban appeal, where you could appeal for getting your Tinder account unbanned. But don’t worry, there are three ban workarounds that can get you back on Tinder. There are basically three ways to get your account Tinder unbanned:
- Contact Tinder support and ask for a Tinder ban appeal
- Reset your Tinder account the right way
- Use Tinder++ app (you will also get free Tinder Gold.)
Tinder Ban Appeal to get your account unbanned
If you think you haven’t violated their terms of service or Tinder’s community guidelines, you have two ways to contact Tinder Support to request a review of your account.
The easiest way is to drop an e-mail to Tinder by contacting them at email@example.com and if your Tinder ban was really a mistake, they might unban your Tinder account. If you are lucky, you will get your account back, and won’t lose any of your matches.
The other option is via their official support form. You can reach the contact form here, and choose “Trouble with account login” as the reasons for contacting them.
In the next step, explain that you think your account has been banned and say something along these lines: “This must have been a mistake, I have never been reported, I have never violated your community guidelines, so please could they get my Tinder account unbanned?”
We also have a separate article where we show all the ways you can reach Tinder, but if you want to appeal for a banned account, try these two methods we outlined here.
If they reply and tell you that your Tinder account is banned because of policy violations, you won’t get your account back. Period. If they don’t reply in a reasonable time but you think you might have violated their policy, then don’t even hope in any kind of successful appeal.
Even if you were a paying premium subscriber, Tinder doesn’t care. They have plenty of premium subscribers and they are more focused to create a safe and non-offensive environment on Tinder than getting an offensive account back to the platform.
However, there are two other ways to get your Tinder account unblocked even if Tinder doesn’t want you to come back to their platform.
Reset your account to get your Tinder profile unbanned
Restarting or resetting a Tinder account won’t get your old account back, but you still will be able to use Tinder that is still better than anything else. So using the account reset method, you will be able to get your Tinder profile unbanned.
And you will get a nice newbie boost from it for absolutely free, so for the first couple of days, you can expect a lot of new matches.
However, resetting a Tinder account is not as easy as it used to be back in the old days.
Tinder has realized that too many people have taken advantage of this technique to boost their account naturally without paying anything for it, so they made it against their policy to use this technique.
For three months after you deleted your Tinder account or after Tinder banned you out of the account they keep all of the data they have about you, so if you start a new account in less than 3 months and they are able to connect something with your old account they will ban or shadowban you again without hesitation.
However, if you reset your Tinder account the right way, Tinder has no information that your account has been previously banned. You just have to make sure that you don’t use the same Facebook profile, phone number, phone, credit card number, etc. that has been used for that profile that Tinder deleted.
The complete Tinder reset method will help you get your Tinder account unbanned, and is explained in detail in this post. We encourage you to read it, as this is a solution that works but the implementation is not as easy as it seems to be.
Use Tinder ++ to unban your Tinder account
If you can’t or don’t want to go through the rigorous process that is necessary for a proper, spotless way of doing a Tinder account reset, there is still a third way to get your Tinder account unbanned if your account has been banned or shadowbanned.
It is way easier to do and works like a charm and you will also get a free Tinder Gold and all of its premium features for free. Although it is a method that is definitely not approved by Tinder, so you might face some risk of getting your account banned if Tinder finds out that you this hack.
But your Tinder account is banned anyway, so you can’t lose anything with this method.
So basically, you have to download the Tinder ++ app that will allow you to use, but as it is a hacked version of Tinder, you can use it without a new account and Tinder won’t ban you, as they won’t be able to connect it with your old banned account.
As we said the other big benefit of using this method is that you will be able get free Tinder Gold as well with all of its premium features.
We have a separate article about Tinder++ where we explain how to download it to get your Tinder profile unbanned, but if you want the quick how-to guide, here is a video that will help you out:
Make sure you not get banned from Tinder again
Whatever method you choose to do and get your Tinder account unbanned, it is important to be clear about how you can avoid getting banned from Tinder again since as you can see it is not that easy to get your Tinder account unbanned.
First off, you should know what behavior you should refrain from on Tinder. You can learn this by reading Tinder’s community guidelines.
If you get reported, make sure you do not keep doing what you have been reported for. If you have been warned once about something you can be sure that the next time you will get banned for it.
In this post, we go over the list of frequent community violations, but the most frequent ones are sending offensive messages, sending NSFW photos, automating swiping right with a third-party app, using your Tinder profile for promoting something.