I need some help. I received an email from Open AI with the subject “Access Terminated”. What does this mean?

hello. I need help from Open AI developers. I received an email from Open AI with the subject “Access Terminated”. What does this mean?

Does this mean that my Open AI account (or Chatgpt account) has been completely deleted for violating our usage policy?

Even when I try to log in to Open AI, I get the message “You do not have an account because it has been deleted or deactivated. If you believe this was an error, please contact us through our help center at help.openai.com.” This message just pops up and I can’t do anything.

The customer service center at help.openai.com and the message in the upper right corner do not respond at all.

What should I do?

You may need to wait for their official response or you can try creating a new account with different id and number.
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As mentioned several times before, you need to go to help.openai.com, but there’s likely not a way for you to recover your account.

Please don’t delete this thread and start another thread if you’re not happy with the answer. Thanks!

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This is the developer forum, we are volunteers who do not work for OpenAI, we have no ability to change your account or make decisions on bans.

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if i was you, i would apply for a job with openAI Careers at OpenAI they will Ancer more questions when u get an N.D.A or email someone and ask them here emmett.shear@gmail.com

I’ll recommend making a new account, posting on the developer community forum won’t help, my best advice would usually be to contact help.openai.com, but if that doesn’t work for you I’ll recommend you take a look at the terms of service.

This won’t help you, as you already agreed to the terms & conditions when you signed up:

You and OpenAI agree to resolve any claims arising out of or relating to these Terms or our Services, regardless of when the claim arose, even if it was before these Terms existed (a “Dispute”), through final and binding arbitration.

You can find more information here.

Hope that helps :heart:

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