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🔎 FAQ: I think my channel was terminated by mistake. What can I do? 0 Recommended Answers 0 Replies 10 Upvotes
Last edited 12/6/18
When you use YouTube, you join a community of people from all over the world. Every cool, new community feature on YouTube involves a certain level of trust. Millions of users respect that trust and we trust you to be responsible too. Following the guidelines helps to keep YouTube fun and enjoyable for everyone.
If your channel was terminated, first check your email inbox for more information. When a channel or account is terminated or suspended, you'll get an email that explains why. Terminations happen for a few reasons, including repeated Community Guidelines violations, Terms of Service violations or Copyright violations.
If you think there was a mistake, you can appeal Community Guidelines strikes or resolve your copyright strikes.
When you appeal the account termination, you should:
- Only submit one request
- Include your Channel ID and as much information as possible
You should also read YouTube’s Community Guidelines to familiarize yourself with our policies.
More help resources:
Hope this helps!
Community Manager, TeamYouTube
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