Hey guys, today in this blog post, we are going to discuss why was my account banned from TikTok. So keep reading.
Nearly everyone wants to be a part of TikTok, the hottest social network right now. Except for me, who doesn’t even have a platform account. However, some users don’t fulfill the prerequisites for opening an account with the service.
For the individual who failed, this may be a very terrible experience, particularly if they don’t know the reasons why they were rejected. Additionally, you will feel less frustrated the more knowledge you have about something.
In this article, we’ll outline why TikTok could reject your account application or potentially prohibit you from using the site if you don’t comply with the basic standards.
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Why Was My Account Banned From TikTok?
If You Are Under 13 Years of Age
Although it may not seem like it, TikTok has a minimum age requirement of 13 years old. Although many may think the minimum age is 18 (and some may even request it), it is really this lower minimum age that sets it apart from other platforms.
However, this is the only potential barrier to opening a TikTok account. Technically, the young person in issue may claim during registration that he is older than he really is. The service wouldn’t discover this until after the individual broke the rules and would then prohibit access to the account.
A user violating TikTok’s terms of service often occurs in this situation due to their own behavior while using the site. And from this point on, we’ll go into depth about it.
Non-compliance With TikTok’s Usage Policy
You have indicated that you accept the terms of service of TikTok by creating an account on the social network. Your account may be temporarily suspended or permanently removed from the service if one or more terms are broken. That easy.
Although the conditions of use of TikTok are very obvious, most users don’t even bother to read them. However, let’s assist the most irresponsible by outlining the principal violations that may lead to suspension or expulsion from the platform:
- Use for commercial or advertising purposes
- Copyright infringement
- Override third-party identities
- Posting sexual, violent, or discriminatory content
- Extraction of data from TikTok itself
- Interfere with the functioning of the social network and its servers
If you behave responsibly on TikTok, you won’t risk being suspended or kicked off the platform. That simple.
People I know have been kicked off of TikTok for posting garbage on the platform. For instance, the mother lost count because she allowed her daughter, who was just 8 years old at the time, to submit a video of herself dancing on the platform while wearing only shorts and a tank top.
In other words, they requested that their account be closed. And even after I’ve explained the rationale for the restriction, she still becomes irate.
TikTok’s terms of service are not very onerous, in contrast to those of several other social networks; users should feel comfortable following them. Therefore, in order for things to work out, you should strive to maintain conduct inside the social network that supports your continued use of the service.
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