Gamertag Change When The Gamertag Was Not Meant To Be Offensive

I feel as though my Gamertag was wrongfully viewed as offensive.  I have held my Gamertag for about 5 years and it was (KySweatyYeti which the Ky is for the state I live in; which stands for Kentucky.  So in short it is KentuckySweatyYeti).  I feel as though people misconstrued what the abbreviation was for and kept their minds in the gutter.  When I arrived home last night and saw the change to my GT I was highly upset that it was deemed as such; more so since my name is not Joey.  What I am saying is that if I can not recover my GT for the public being offensive, allow me to change it without charging me for a misunderstanding to something that is not offensive and cannot thought as such.  This is the only time where I feel as if I were betrayed by microsoft through my experience with them; I just wish to rectify this so I can maintain my gaming personality.  So I request another name change without charge to something that suits my gamer needs.

Thank you


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Last updated July 5, 2018 Views 17 Applies to:

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It doesn't matter what you mean for the gamertag to be, if it can be misconstrued as something that violates the code of conduct, then the enforcement team will issue a forced name change. Per the code of conduct that you agreed to, if you are given a forced name change, they will issue a randomly generated tag and you will need to pay to change it to something else. There is no way to get a free change.

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