I assume you have not tried appealing different accounts in the past, or if you did, it was quite a while ago. Instagram is not handing out unbans like that anymore. Before, you could reactivate accounts banned during account creation within mere minutes. Now it takes sometimes weeks.
Such a service can only offer as much transparency as IG provides information about the process. Seeing any number of unbans will not reflect anything realistic for your accounts. Each account is different, and so is their ban time and reactivation chance.
We don’t impact your chance, compared to if you would correctly do it yourself - that is not what this service is about, as it’s a labor replacement.
So what can we offer for transparency?
- Appeals don’t contain the IG Username or anything identifiable related to the account
- Employees don’t want their picture sent around to strangers (understandable, most companies keep their employees somewhat in the background)
And that is all that is to the Appeal process.
If you hop on the Live Chat or open a Ticket, we can tell you exactly when we sent the appeal and what the response is, if IG sent one yet.
There is a reason people use such a service.
If the added account would be easy to unban and should have happened X days ago, then there would be no need to employ a third-party to handle it. You would send in 2-7 selfies, and everything is fine.
Currently, very the Unban rate is down again. We confirmed that with different people who work in the same field or appeal their accounts themselves. Be it the elections, changes how IG treats suspicious reports (24hr Review).
Fact is, in the last nine months, we have recovered 1558 accounts out of 9292 added accounts.
The number of total accounts includes test accounts, accounts with incorrect usernames, accounts that only ran a few minutes/hours/a day (some people think if you appeal 400 accounts for less than 24hrs you get them back and can save some cash)
Even with all the ‘noise,’ that is still a solid 16.7%+ recovery rate. We usually refer to an 8-10% unban rate, as that is the solid baseline we saw over the years.
But it also shows that statistics only help so much, since IG does not operate very logical when it comes to disabled accounts.
Hope this gives you the needed transparency
Some people surely still remember the mess of Google Sheets @HenryCooper had run for quite a while, so I think we progressed quite a bit since then.
I know of customers who resell accounts with short names (3-4 letters). Spending 19.95$ on the subscription and roughly 25cents in daily charges to get approximately 5000$ worth of accounts back in under a week. That is one of the happy endings.
Then there are the people who want their account back, even going as far as letting us appeal that account for 73 days straight, to get it back on the 74th.
Not everyone gets a happy end for their account. Still, we would never claim such a thing and are always brutally honest about what this service does, can do, and the overall situation of appealing an IG account. Heck, inquiries in the live chat usually receive a guide on how they can save the 19.95$ for now and give it a try themselves. That way, everyone can get a feel for the process and what to expect from it.
Account appeals are not the most tangible thing out there, and having to rely on pure luck when dealing with a company like Facebook is also mind-blowing, but sadly that is the current state of the system.
I’m happy to discuss our service in-depth with anyone that wishes to do so
We are slowly working on more features that have customers request via our survey (Stripe, for example, has was implemented recently, and most people seem to love it), so your input is much appreciated!
Sorry for the long rambling and lot’s of edits, a phone might not have been the best choice for this post