Discord may disable an account if the user violates the terms of the service and community guidelines provided by Discord.
These violations include any breach of law, unethical activities, lack the servers, any kind of harassment, violence, blackmailing, or promotion of any immoral content.
If your account remains inactive for 2 years, then it will be automatically deleted if not restored.
In this article, I will discuss all these aspects in detail. So, keep reading.
Why Discord Account Is Disabled?
Discord accounts can get disabled due to various reasons.
A person may disable their account, or the account may get disabled due to the following reasons:
- You are less than 18 years.
- Violation of the Terms & Conditions or Community Guidelines.
- Spamming or fraud activities.
- The account has been inactive for more than 2 years.
- If a moderator reports any abusive content.
What To Do When Your Discord Account Is Disabled?
When your Discord account gets disabled, follow the processes mentioned here to recover it.
1) Contact The Discord Help Center
If you have found out from your email inbox why your Discord account got disabled, then you can contact the Discord support team directly to reactivate your account by addressing the cause.
2) Submit An Appeal
Look through your emails when your account is disabled. Discord will send you a mail clearly stating the reasons for which your Discord account got disabled.
If you think that you have not violated any rules or have not done any unethical activity, then you can submit an appeal to the Discord team to restore the account.
To do so, follow the steps given below:
Visit the official Discord support site and click on the drop-down menu under the What can we help you with option.
- Choose Trust & Safety option from the list.
- Enter your email address, next select appeals, age, and update other questions option from the How can we help section.
- Then click on the drop-down menu for appeals, age update, or other questions option and select appeal an action taken on my account or bot.
- Next, select An action was taken on my account option, then confirm the boxes.
- You can input your contact number and the subject of the appeal and attach supporting files or documents.
- Then click on the Submit button.
Wait till you receive a reply from the support team. Follow the instructions provided by the experts to solve your problem.
How To Disable Your Discord Account Yourself?
If you do not want to continue with your Discord account, you can disable it yourself. To do so, follow the steps given below.
- Launch the Discord app and sign in to your account with proper credentials.
- Open User settings and click on the account option.
- Scroll down to find Disable account option and click on it.
How To Restore A Disabled Discord Account?
If you have temporarily disabled your Discord account and now want to restore it, follow the steps given below.
But make sure that you can restore your account within 14 days after it is disabled because, after 14 days, the account will get automatically deleted:
- Visit Discord’s login page and enter your credentials to log in.
- You will be notified that your Discord account is disabled.
- To restore the account, click on the Restore Account option and follow the online instructions.
Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]
- How to reactivate your disabled Discord account?
To reactivate your disabled Discord account, submit a ticket to the Discord Support team and make an appeal.
- How to disable your Discord account?
To disable a Discord account, open the Discord app and sign in to your account with proper credentials.
Next click on User Settings > My Account > Disable Account option.
- For how long does the discord account is disabled?
If the Discord account gets disabled and remains inactive for 2 years, it will be deleted automatically.
So, if you want to restore the inactive Discord account, you should do it within 2 years.
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