The only option to reset your Tinder account is to delete any trace of its past. This means you’ll need a new Facebook account and/or phone number if they were previously associated with your Tinder profile.
How to Get Unbanned from Tinder
How to Unban Tinder Account
To create a new Tinder account after getting banned, you will need to obtain a new phone number. You can purchase or receive an online phone number depending on what type of plan you get. In 2020, the year that Tinder rolled out changes where you cannot download the app if they have been previously banned from tinder.
In the beginning, Tinder allowed users to create an account using Facebook instead of a phone number. Now that option is no longer available; people either opt for fake numbers or burner phones for the purpose of verification.
If you’re including something they object to in your pictures, profile, or communication with other accounts via messaging, they will delete anything that could be objectionable.
The best option is to send an e-mail to Tinder at [email protected], and if your account was mistakenly banned, they may unban it. If you’re lucky, your account will be reactivated, and you won’t lose any of your matches as a consequence.
Tinder bans for a variety of reasons, and they are all mentioned in the email you receive when you’re banned. This will raise your chances of being unbanned. You should expect to hear back within a few hours to a few days. I’d recommend waiting around 3-4 days.
Tinder takes reports seriously, and if you receive multiple reports or if many people report you, you will be banned. You are usually given a warning before your account is indefinitely disabled.