Warzone Ban Appeal: The Ultimate Guide

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘The Ultimate Guide to getting unbanned in Call of Duty’ by Robert Ybarra Gaming

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How does it work?
Call of Duty bans can be fought against if unjust; visit Activision support, appeal and hope for reinstatement.

Key Insights

  • Banning in Call of Duty can be problematic, but there are ways to fight back if you believe it was unfair.
  • Game developers work hard to ban cheaters, but sometimes innocent players get caught in the process.
  • To appeal a ban, visit the Activision support website and log in.
  • Submit a ticket and read the information provided about the account holder's responsibility and unauthorized activity.
  • Plead your case and explain why the ban was unjust; Activision will review it.
  • There's no guarantee that your appeal will be successful, especially if your account is still under review.
  • After submitting your case, hope that Activision will reinstate your account so you can resume playing Call of Duty.
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Transcript

Getting banned in Call of Duty can be a real headache. If this happened to you and you think that it happened unfairly, there are ways that you can fight back. Game developers work hard to ban cheaters from the game. Sometimes in the process of catching cheaters, innocent players get caught up too. If you think you got a bad deal with getting banned, here’s what you can do to appeal the ban and hopefully get back to playing Call of Duty.

So first, what you want to do is visit the Activision support website. Then you want to go ahead and log in. Then you’re going to click agree and check out the support options. After you submit a ticket, here’s what it says.

Attention, the account holder is responsible for any infraction on the account. Penalties are applied no matter who was playing at the time. Bans will only be overturned if we determine the infraction was due to unauthorized activity on your Activision account. Temporary bans in accounts under review cannot be appealed. Do you want to go ahead and agree and continue?

Now, here’s the deal. You need to plead your case and explain why you shouldn’t have been banned. Activision will review what you say and might give you back your account if they agree that the ban wasn’t fair, especially if your account is still under review. But here’s the catch. There’s no guarantee that it’ll work, especially if your account is under review.

After you plead your case, all that there’s left to do is keep your fingers crossed that Activision is going to give you your account back, and you can go back to playing Call of Duty.

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This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘The Ultimate Guide to getting unbanned in Call of Duty’ by Robert Ybarra Gaming