MeetMe ban is MeetMe’s way of getting rid of the people who break the rules of MeetMe. It is a way to prevent you from using the app again due to your behavior. You broke the rules of MeetMe, you’re gone from the website/app.
If you have been banned from MeetMe but you still want to use it and you want to find out how to get unbanned from MeetMe. If you don’t know the right way to unban your MeetMe, you will most likely get banned again.
You don’t have to worry, in this blog post, we will explain the three ways that still can get your MeetMe account unbanned if you do them in the right way.
How to Get Unbanned From MeetMe Ban
If you don’t know how to get unbanned from MeetMe, the only official way to get unbanned is to contact the MeetMe Customer Support team. However, there are two other unofficial ways to get unbanned from MeetMe suspension that are more likely to get your account recovered.
How to Appeal MeetMe Ban
If you believe you haven’t violated any of the MeetMe’s terms of service or community guidelines, you have two ways to contact MeetMe Support to request a review of your account.
The fastest way is to send an email to MeetMe on their official support email and if your MeetMe ban was really a mistake, they might unban your account. If you are lucky, you will get your account back, and won’t lose any of your profile settings and its contents.
Another way you reach out to MeetMe is through their official support form. You can find the contact form on the MeetMe Help section, and choose “Trouble with account login” as the reason for contacting them.
In the message section, explain that your MeetMe account has been banned and write the reason why you think they have been banned by mistake.
If you receive a reply that tells you that your MeetMe account is banned because of policy violations, you won’t recover your account back, and that is all. If you didn’t receive their reply within a reasonable time but you think you might have violated their policy, then don’t even hope for any kind of successful MeetMe ban appeal.
However, there are other ways you could get your MeetMe account unblocked even if MeetMe doesn’t want you to come back to their platform.
Reset/Delete Your MeetMe Account and Start Over
Resetting your MeetMe account won’t get your old account back, but you still will be able to use your MeetMe username which is still better than anything else. So using the account reset method, you will be able to get your profile username unbanned.
The challenges with this method is that for three months after you deleted your MeetMe account or after MeetMe banned you out of the platform they keep all of the data they have about you, so if you create a new account in less than 3 months and they are able to connect something with your old account they will ban you again without hesitation.
However, if you reset/delete your account in the right way, MeetMe has no information of your previous ban. You just have to make sure that you don’t use the same email, phone number etc. that has been used for that profile that MeetMe deleted.
Completely resetting/deleting your MeetMe account will help you get your MeetMe username unbanned.
Use MeetMe Mod Apk to Get Your Account Unbanned
If you don’t want to go through the long process, there is still a third way to get a MeetMe account unbanned if it has been banned.
This method is easier and works fine and you will also enjoy all of the premium features for free. Although it is a method that is definitely not approved by MeetMe, so you might face some risk of getting your account banned if MeetMe finds out that you used this hack.
What you need is to download the MeetMe Mod Apk that will allow you to use it, but as it is a hacked version of MeetMe, you can use it without a new account and MeetMe won’t ban you, as they won’t be able to connect it with your old banned account.
Whatever method you choose to do and get your MeetMe unbanned, it is important you know how to avoid getting banned from again since as you can see it is not that easy to get your MeetMe account unbanned.
You should know the activities you should avoid. You can learn more by reading MeetMe’s community guidelines.
If the MeetMe support team doesn’t reply to your MeetMe ban appeal in a couple of days, you should try to get unbanned using the two unofficial methods of unbanning your account.