Have you received a Google account disabled notice while attempting to log in to your account? This type of problem isn't uncommon, as Google disables accounts while it detects any suspicious activity. Fortunately, the problem is easily resolved, however, Google accounts are typically disabled for a period of time ranging from 24 hours to several months, depending on the account user's actions. To fix your Google account disabled due to suspicious activity, by following the steps outlined below.
·To begin, obtain access to the account and then select the option to "Try to restore Google Account”
·Then you must continue to follow the account verification instructions, after which a request form will appear
·After that, you must fill out the form with account verification information such as the account holder's name, phone number, and alternate contact details
·Then you must submit the account verification form and wait for Google's technical staff to verify it
·Finally, you must contact Google's customer service team for more information on Google account recovery
This is how you can recover your Google account after it has been suspended due to suspicious activity. If you are unable to get your temporarily disabled account verified on your own, you can contact Google's customer service.