If someone has a banned Switch the first thing they normally want to know is if there is anyway to fix it. If it is your console itself that is banned then there is absolutely no way to get it unbanned outside of contacting Nintendo's support and hoping that they made a mistake with the ban.
If you are unable to reactivate your Nintendo Account, this means that it has been over 30 days since the account was deleted. After 30 days,the account is permanently deleted from our files and we are unable to restore the account or any associated licenses or funds.
To unban your Switch account, you will need to contact Nintendo about the ban. If it is a temporary ban, after a few days, you will be able to play online again and your account will no longer be banned.
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A banned Switch doesn't have access to any online gaming or the eShop. Users can't download games or update their Switch, either. Offline games still work, like those in old-school gaming consoles.
Getting banned on Nintendo happens far less often than you would think as many times what people call a ban is simply a temporary suspension. For your Nintendo account to be banned you have to do some pretty severe things such as download pirated software, steal customer's information, hack your console or games, etc.
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