Received warning Email or Message From Google Plus ?

Received Email or pop up message warning from Google plus stating violation of User Content and Conduct Policy.Keep calm and don't worry.

Have you received warning Email or/and message from Google Plus stating the violation of Google’s User Content and Conduct Policy ? If yes, then its time for you to change some of your G+ using habits. You have done some mistakes which made Google send you warning message. The mail sent by Google may read as given below or a little different depending on policy you violated:

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Dear XYZ,

We’ve determined that your posts have repeatedly or egregiously violated our User Content and Conduct Policy.

Spamming, including sending unwanted promotional or commercial content, or engaging in unwanted or mass solicitation, is not permitted.

Your access to Google+ will be limited for two weeks. If you continue to violate our policies, your access to Google+ and Google’s other social services, such as Hangouts, may be suspended permanently. Learn more

Please review our policies to avoid violating them in the future. If you believe this decision was made in error, please submit an appeal.Learn more

We understand that these policies may not be for everyone. If you choose to leave, you can make a copy of your Google+ data first. If you like, you can also disable Google+ entirely.

Sincerely,

The Google+ team

Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043 USA.

You might have received the warning from Google due to any of the reasons like making hate speech, using abusive language, spamming, sharing links from the commercial websites, sharing same content in many communities, posting pornographic content or violating community guidelines and rules, impersonating someone, indulging in illegal activities etc.

Biggest reason might be you shared same post in several communities or repeatedly shared links from a particular website (commercial one) which resulted in alerting Google+ content filters to mark you as spam. These are all against Google’s policies.

What to do now ?

Do not worry, just don’t post anything on your Google Plus account for next 24 hours.

Avoid the mistakes that people usually make while using G+ to evade any such further warning from Google+ which may result in disabling some or all of your Google Plus features and in extreme cases suspend your G+ and Gmail account.

 

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19 Responses

  1. DAVID BAFFOUR GYAWU says:

    so how can i share all my posts with all the communities i have joined to avoid further warnings from google plus

  2. arjun singh says:

    i got that warning because i shared same posts in so many communities for two days.But after received the message i accidently post one more post ,what can i do

    • Do not worry Arjun, its ok nothing will happen and you will not face any problems relating to your Google Account. But be careful and do not post anything for couple of days now. Read my article on Mistakes to avoid while using G+ to evade any further problem.

  3. Soma says:

    I got a similar message yesterday… I am a food blogger and post my recipe links in various communities. Can you please tell in one day in how many communities i can post same content and what should be the time gap. I need to post same content because for two consecutive days i need to get traffic for that post but do not want to break google rules. No wrong intentions are there. If i want to write to google directly which id should i use… thanks in advance

    • If you post links from a particular site to different communities, Google consider this act as spam. There is no fixed time interval. You should just post only a few of links a day(couple in morning and couple in night). Try posting any media content on regular basis. Use any other Google Plus account for posting links.

  4. Devendra Narain says:

    I too received a message yesterday:

    “You may no longer use Google+ because you have violated our User Content and Conduct Policy multiple times.”

    My blogs on different subjects are very popular. Number of pageviews is more than 70,000 (seventy thousand). Yes, I post same content on several communities at the same time. I will be careful in future. But what to do now?

    • Nikhil A says:

      Try posting your concern on Google Plus Forums and contact some community owners over there. Stop using Google Plus for some good time or else your account may be suspended.

      • Devendra Narain says:

        Thanks for reply. I tried a couple of sites but always got the following message:

        Google+ access suspended

        You may no longer use Google+ because you have violated our User Content and Conduct Policy multiple times.

        If you have content on Google+ that you want to keep, you have about two months to export it using Google Takeout. The content is visible only to you. After that time your content will be deleted and you will no longer be able to get a copy. Learn more

        This will not affect other Google services that do not require an active Google+ profile, such as Gmail.

        Can I open another gmail account and another name (xxxxx.blogspot.com) for posting my blogs?

        • Nikhil A says:

          I think you can post content on your original blog without any problem but just you have to avoid sharing it on G+. As blogger.com uses Google Account you should not face any problem in using your original blog even though your Google Plus is suspended. Also, if you wish you can create a new blog and start posting.

          • Devendra Narain says:

            Thanks for reply and advice.

            On July I6, I saw the following message:

            “Your Google+ profile has been suspended.
            Your Google+ profile has been suspended because some of your text, images, or other content violate the Google+ User Content and Conduct Policy.
            Spamming, including sending unwanted promotional or commercial content, or unwanted or mass solicitation, is not permitted.
            Posts, comments, or other content that contains spam, unwanted promotional or commercial content, or unwanted or mass solicitations violates Google+ policies.

            To appeal your suspension, remove all content that violates our policies and then submit your profile in classic G+ for review. You can also ask for review if you believe we suspended your profile in error.”

            I feel there is an element of arbitrariness. There is nothing in any writing posted by me that could be considered spam, vulgar, or encouraging violence or anything that could be considered objectionable. Everyday I was getting appreciation from readers.

            I do write articles or satires critical of politicians but I have seen communities on Google+ that post sexy images or articles or are used to spread hatred against individuals or beliefs. There are communities that treat women as only objects of sex. Visit Arvind Kejriwal’s community. He writes under the assumed name of ‘Holy India’. The sole purpose is to paint Arvind Kejriwal as the best leader and Modi as the worst leader. Some of the messages about Prime Minister Modi are highly objectionable. But it is continuing.

            Unfortunately, Google+ has a dominant position in the market. Can you please suggest some alternative to Google+.

          • Nikhil A says:

            Violation of G+ policies does not only mean postings hateful content, satire or explicit content. Spamming and sharing commercial content like giveaways also come under the user conduct. So, breaking any of one policy will lead Google to strike your services.
            As I can see in the message, you are given an opportunity to review and get back your G+ account. Just delete all the content on G+ and switch to the classic mode of G+ which you will find under setting.
            Best alternatives for G+ are FB groups (not FB pages), StumbleUpon and quora.

  5. Abhinay says:

    I am getting this message frequently on google plus every time I refresh the page or open some other page.

    ////////
    Warning
    Your content has recently violated our policies.

    Spamming, including sending unwanted promotional or commercial content, or unwanted or mass solicitation, is not permitted.

    If you continue, you may lose the ability to use some or all features of Google+ and other Google services. Learn More.
    ///////

    What should I do to stop this?

    • Nikhil A says:

      Read my post carefully and you will find the answer

      • Abhisek Nayak says:

        I am also facing the same problem. But, my question is , I was sharing 10-16 posts in public (google plus) continuously at the same time , 6 times per day, but why didn”t they warn me before but warned me after 1 month of doing so.

  6. John Davies says:

    Just drop the pro corporate bastards. I got booted off for bad mouthing Nestle. Plenty of alternative social media to choose from.

  7. Alanna says:

    I got this email about an hour ago. The only reason I can think of as to why I got this email was because I tried posting a comment on a YouTube video and it wouldn’t publish because it wouldn’t connect to a server so I kept trying. A few minutes later I got the email, I wasn’t able to actually publish the comment so I don’t know what to do :/

  8. Dan Conner says:

    Their T.O.S. are so vague that anything could be a violation.

    If someone disagrees with me I’ll report them to the authorities.

  9. joshua says:

    i keep receiving this

    Google+ access suspended

    You may no longer use Google+ because you have violated our User Content and Conduct Policy multiple times.

    If you have content on Google+ that you want to keep, you have about two months to export it using Google Takeout. The content is visible only to you. After that time your content will be deleted and you will no longer be able to get a copy. Learn more

    This will not affect other Google services that do not require an active Google+ profile, such as Gmail.

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