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The Tinder ban always comes at the time you least expect it, and all appointments are thrown in the trash. The worst thing is that you will only see the bug in the Tinder as error 40303; they are not even polite enough to tell you directly that you have been banned.
In today’s lesson, I’ll explain how to get banned from Tinder, and other options you can use to get back into the Tinder game.
I guess if you’re here now, you’ve been banned.
Avoiding being banned from Tinder
This may seem obvious, but the best way to avoid error 40303 is not to get banned in the first place. There are a few practical rules to follow when using the application.
- Nudity/Sexual Content
- Violence and physical harm
- Hate speech
- Private information
- Transport or advertising
- Prostitution and human trafficking
- Infringement of copyrights and trademarks
- Prohibited use
- One person, one account
- Third party applications
- Peace Office
The other effective way to avoid a ban is to pay Tinder. Free accounts are much more likely to be banned than paying accounts. I guess Tinder prefers subscriber surveys to keep you as a paying customer. It may not speed up the appeal process, but in theory it should give you a much better chance of success.
Call for Tinder Support
Please send an e-mail to [email protected] If you remember the reason for the ban, explain what happened and why you think you were banned. In your appeal, it is helpful to provide as much detail as possible about the events surrounding the suspension of your account and the Tinder 40303 error.
The Tinder Help Desk will respond to your email with helpful information about your problem. If you are lucky, they will realize that the suspension was an error and reactivate your account.
Otherwise, Tinder will only tell you the cause of the Tinder 40303 error. In this case, you will need to create a new Tinder profile.
Create a New Tinder Profile
Unfortunately, in most cases the problem is not solved by contacting Tinder. If you receive a Tinder 40303 error, you will most likely create a new account. But first, try to avoid using the exact information from the locked account as much as possible.
In your new Tinder profile, try to avoid violating Tinder’s terms and conditions. You don’t want to receive the Tinder 40303 error. If you do and are reported up to four times, you may be banned again.
Finally, and this is most useful when you’re chatting with someone, take their WhatsApp, Kik, Viber, Line or whatever and move the conversation there. You can then discuss whatever you want, however you want, without blocking your Tinder account. Even if you are still reported to Tinder, there is no proof of wrongdoing and a call to customer service should restore your account.
It’s too easy to get suspended on Tinder, often because you haven’t done anything wrong. There is an appeal process, but it is neither quick nor complete. It is remote, seemingly arbitrary, and does not explain why. That’s the way it is with these Internet giants, there’s nothing personal. With Tinder, nothing is personal.
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