Not sure how things were phrased. If you’re producing content and you’re trying to get people to give BAT to help with that, then it’s not an issue. The problem tends to come when content isn’t being created but instead it’s being used to “farm” BAT through friends, family, or even emulators and all for ourselves. As you can imagine, some of the people who are running emulators, bunches of devices, or in other ways had been abusing things often tried to pretend it was because of friends and family.
In any case, we’re getting closer to the end of this nightmare I think. I know one of the goals for this year is peer to peer tipping, which will provide people different ways of tipping and earning. Then eventually looking at the goal of having Pay With BAT that will combine with things, like Playlist, that will give Creators more ways to interact with everyone and earn.
Lot of other positive things for the future, though that doesn’t necessarily help you now and not sure what things will look like when implemented in terms of people who had been suspended/flagged before.
Again, if they saw that it was entirely personal/family/household purposes then it would have been violation. Based on what you’ve described, this was your issue.
Someone finally tells me it was because I hadn’t uploaded a video to YouTube in awhile, so I worked to get one up and let them know when it was live, but apparently they didn’t care that I fixed the issue
Someone from Brave told you that? If so, then they went over and beyond what they normally do. And yes, they don’t give do overs, especially if it’s been a violation of Terms and/or they think it’s someone abusing it.
Strictly going by the way you have described things, you weren’t using Creators as it was intended. This would have been enough to suspend you. And if everything said it accurate, then that means they likely assume you weren’t sincere in trying to maintain a channel or living as a Creator, but instead just was abusing it.
Keep in mind, I’m only going by what you have said. I don’t work for Brave and have no idea what’s been communicated or what your issue might be. I can only try to help communicate what the issue may have been based on your feedback.
Yes, once they make a final decision they don’t communicate more. I mean, it’s a final decision and won’t be changed. Usually all that happens afterwards is people argue or beg. Though none of that will result in a change and it’s just not worth it to keep conversation going.