The warning continues by informing the account holder that they have 30 days to disagree with the choice by clicking on a blue alert box.
Although the reason for the warning’s distribution is currently unknown, the message implies that it has to do with persons disobeying rigorous community rules.
The problem seems pretty widespread with outage monitoring website, Down Detector, currently showing over 2,000 reports of users struggling with their accounts.
Many have also rushed to Twitter to vent their frustrations with one user named Fran tweeting: “What is going on with @instagram suspended my account for no reason!!!! #instagramdown.” and another called neocrushtech, adding: “Why you suspended my account without no reason #instagramdown.”
Thousands are seeing a rouge message warning their accounts will be suspended (Image: TWITTER)
Until Meta, which owns Instagram, confirms the glitch it might be best to avoid clicking on any links as this could be an elaborate scam aimed at trying to steal personal data such as user names and passwords.
The fact that WhatsApp experienced a significant outage this week that prevented users from sending messages for about two hours has not been good for Meta.
A problem that occurred just before the weekend caused Facebook and Instagram to go offline came next.
As soon as we learn more, we’ll give you all the latest information on this latest cautionary message.