Many people have reported that Instagram has been showing them the 'Confirm your account to request a review' error message. It can be a bit confusing, but in most cases it simply means that Instagram has noticed some unusual activity on your account and wants to verify that you are the real owner. This can happen when you have been using third-party automation tools, or even simply for no apparent reason at all.
In this article, we will explore the ways that you can get rid of this error and also look at how to ensure that it doesn't happen again in future. We will also cover some tips that can help to keep your account safe from hackers and stay active on the platform.
Instagram is well-known for disabling accounts that violate their guidelines. The process of recovering a disabled account takes several steps, including filling up the review form and confirming your identity. The reviews are handled by officers who decide whether or not an account should be reactivated. Each day thousands of reviews are submitted so it's difficult to process them all.
To make this process easier, Instagram is now introducing a new way to appeal a decision directly from the app. You'll need to fill out a form with your full name, e-mail address and the reason why you think that Instagram made a mistake in disabling your account (for example, you might want to mention that you weren't using any automation or third-party tools on the account).