When a MailChimp user receives a “Flagged for Review” notification, it means that MailChimp’s system or human review team has detected something unusual or suspicious in the user’s most recent campaign, their email lists, or their account as a whole.
There are several reasons why a MailChimp campaign, list, or account may be flagged for review. For example, if the user’s campaign has a high bounce rate or many spam complaints, it may trigger a review to ensure that the user follows best email marketing practices.
Similarly, if a user’s email list contains many invalid or outdated email addresses or acquired their list through questionable means, it may also trigger a review to ensure that the user complies with MailChimp’s policies.
In some cases, a user’s account may be flagged for review if there is suspicious activity, such as a sudden spike in email volume or a large number of failed login attempts. This is done to prevent unauthorized access to the user’s account and protect their data.
It’s important to note that receiving a “Flagged for Review” notification does not necessarily mean that the user has done something wrong or violated MailChimp’s policies. Rather, it’s a precaution to ensure that the user follows best email marketing practices and that their account is secure.
If a user receives a “Flagged for Review” notification, they should take it seriously and respond promptly to any requests for more information or clarification. By working with MailChimp’s review team and following best practices for email marketing, users can help ensure that their campaigns, lists, and accounts remain in good standing and continue to deliver results.
Mailchimp may suspend and flag an account for several reasons that violate its terms of service and acceptable use policy. Some of the common reasons Mailchimp may suspend or flag an account are:
It’s important to note that Mailchimp takes the suspension and flagging of accounts very seriously and may investigate any suspected violations thoroughly. To avoid having your account suspended or flagged, it’s important to follow Mailchimp’s terms of service and acceptable use policy, maintain a clean email list, and ensure that your email content complies with Mailchimp’s content guidelines.