Do you lose followers when your twitter account is Suspended

In the revolution of social media platforms, Twitter has managed to create its own identity. Popularly known as one of the leading platforms, it shares tweets or statements with limited set of characters.
LOS ANGELES - April 24, 2020 - PRLog -- Will you lose followers if Twitter account is suspended?

Apart from tweets, one can also share pictures or repost someone else's posts as well. Twitter is mostly used by celebs and influential people for sharing their views.

Losing followers on twitter account

To be able to use Twitter, you can sign up and start adding followers and send follow request to others to stay connected. And a lot of twitter users often disable their own accounts or twitter itself suspends their accounts if found violating the laws. And once their accounts get re-activated, they often complain of losing followers. A lot of twitter users report this issue and stating that their followers decreased. If you are also another fellow users wondering why this happens when my twitter account is suspended then hang on! You can get answer to this question below.

Why does twitter account lose followers?

When your account is disabled for a long time and you don't post anything and later once you re-activate it, it takes time to get back to normal. And between all of this chaos, the number of followers and other details are updated wrongly. You don't lose those followers; just the exact number takes time to update. But that's okay, since as a user you don't have to do much. Twitter will fix this issue on its own within 24 hours.

And done! If in case you have any other query or doubt related to your followers then contact the customer care team. They will try fixing all your doubts related to it.
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