If you’ve gone onto a search engine seeking a Warzone permanent ban fix, then the chances are you’ve already been banned.
You certainly won’t be the first person to have banned. Famously, 48000 accounts were banned in a single day last year. When a permanent ban is applied, the results are usually pretty terminal. But is there any hope?
We’ll explain what you can do if you feel that a permanent ban has been applied incorrectly. We’ll also run through the various reasons why a permanent ban may have been applied. But we’ll say this now. Unlike the Warzone shadow ban, the chances are pretty slim that you can ‘fix’ this issue.
And with the upcoming release of Modern Warfare 2, its worth making sure you are staying squeaky clean, lest you miss out on the new game. And if you want to know if Warzone 2 is coming to PS4 or Xbox One, weve got you covered.
We maintain a zero-tolerance policy against cheating. The security team carefully monitors to ensure fair play and will actively remove players who do not adhere to these policies. The account holder is responsible for any infraction on the account.
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How To Fix A Permanent Ban On Warzone
The only way to fix a permanent ban on Warzone is by appealing against the decision. But first, we’ll explain how that decision is made.
According to Activision, “We maintain a zero-tolerance policy against cheating. The security team carefully monitors to ensure fair play and will actively remove players who do not adhere to these policies. The account holder is responsible for any infraction on the account. Penalties are applied no matter who was playing at the time.”
Essentially then, if the security team identify improper behaviour on your account, even if you weren’t playing, you could be banned. Furthermore, “If your account is confirmed to be permanently banned for a violation of our Security and Enforcement Policy, it will not be overturned unless we determine the infraction was due to unauthorized activity on your Activision account.”
In other words, if your account has been accessed by an unauthorised person, then there is a chance you can appeal the decision.
If you want to appeal against a permanent ban, your only option is to submit a support ticket. You’ll need to have a pretty good case for doing so, and as we said earlier, we wouldn’t recommend that you get your hopes up too high.
Once you’ve submitted your appeal, you’ll just have to be patient. Activision stated that they won’t provide any updates in the midst of the investigation. So when you do finally hear back, it will be with a final decision. They also state that they won’t accept multiple submissions or appeals that don’t come via a support ticket. So don’t start spamming them. That won’t go down well.
And finally, once they have made a decision, it is considered final. So don’t try to appeal an appeal. Instead, think about the circumstances that have led to the ban, and be honest with yourself about whether you have in fact breached any of their rules.
If your appeal is unsuccessful, and the permanent ban is enforced, you’re pretty stuck. Your only option will be to begin again with a brand new account. And maybe not cheat next time.
How do you get unbanned from Call of Duty?
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- Reach out to Activision for call of duty mobile ban via Social Media. …
- Avoid Using Hacks. …
- Never Use VPNs. …
- Keep away from Unauthorized Emulators. …
- Be careful while using 3rd Party Apps.
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