With the millions, if not billions of users on social media, you can bet that companies have their hands full answering various questions and emails from users. This means that if anything goes wrong with your account, like if you’ve ever been accidentally banned for whatever reason, getting a response can be difficult unless somehow your story makes it into the news.
That being said, the good news is that if you’re willing to pay a bit of money, you could possibly find some help getting your accounts unbanned by hiring a robot lawyer. This comes in the form of a robot lawyer platform called DoNotPay in which basically what they’ll do is send a legal letter on your behalf to the company’s legal department, which might be a better way of getting noticed compared to sending in emails (which could get lost or ignored).
The platform will help users write appeal letters for a variety of social media services and even shopping platforms, such as Instagram, Xbox, Uber, Pinterest, Steam, Amazon, and more. However, as with all legal services, DoNotPay is not free. It is a subscription service in which users have to pay $36 a month in order to use its services.
Of course, whether or not your appeal is successful cannot be guaranteed. This is because sometimes you might have actually done something to legitimately get you banned, like posting things that directly violates the company’s terms of service, but it might be useful if you’ve been accidentally banned or if you want to try and argue your case.