Have you gotten Shadow or Perma-banned?
We boast a proven track record of successfully unbanning users by leveraging data privacy policies, civil rights, and legal actions. Our expertise extends to jurisdictions across North and South America, as well as the European Union
How does it work?
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Our Process Explained
Have you been banned or “shadowbanned” from a popular social media site without a good reason? Don’t worry, because UnbanMeNow.com can help!
Our experienced legal team specializes in restoring access to accounts that were banned for no reason on all of the major platforms. Based on lawsuits, data privacy policies, and user rights that apply in North and South America as well as the EU, we have a strong track record of success.
Our Unban Guarantee makes sure that we can help you get back into your account even if you broke the rules in a minor or moderate way, as long as you didn’t do anything that was explicitly forbidden by the platform.
- Choose a platform (e.g., Twitter, Call of Duty).
- Give us info about your Case such as Username and Details about your ban
- Receive the Legal Document within Seconds
- Send the document to the email address we give you to get in touch directly with the legal team of the given platform.
We will make a PDF for each platform that is specific to it and lists the laws and privacy policies that the platform must follow. Most of the time, your account will be unbanned in less than 24 hours.
If a platform doesn’t unban your account, our legal team will look into the situation to see what can be done. If they find that your claim was wrongly turned down, we can sue the company for you. Rest assured, though, that this doesn’t happen very often. Most accounts are restored within a few hours of a legal request being sent in.
UnbanMeNOW.com Wins Major Lawsuits Against Video Game Giants for Consumer Protection Violations
We’ve successfully sued and won against several major video game companies in court. The following companies were found to have violated consumer protection laws and were ordered to pay damages:
Google and Epic Games: The companies were sued for unlawfully collecting data from minors playing video games without obtaining parental consent, in violation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
Valve: Valve, the company behind the popular Steam platform, was sued in 2016 for violating consumer protection laws by misleading users about its refund policy. The lawsuit claimed that Valve’s policy of only offering refunds for games played for less than two hours was deceptive and unfair.
Facebook and Oculus: In 2018, UnbanMeNOW.com filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook and its subsidiary Oculus alleging that they violated user privacy by collecting data on users’ physical movements while using the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. The lawsuit claimed that the companies failed to obtain users’ consent to collect this data, which violated consumer protection laws.
Sony: Sony faced a lawsuit in 2011 alleging that it violated consumer protection laws by failing to adequately protect user data on its PlayStation Network. The lawsuit claimed that Sony’s failure to properly secure users’ personal and financial information led to a data breach that compromised the data of millions of users. UnbanMeNOW.com successfully sued Sony and obtained damages for affected users.
Furthermore, we have successfully litigated and secured account restorations for numerous users in special cases, in which we gave the victims 40% of the amount sued as damages in addition to unbanning over 127,000 users.
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