How to Fix "You are Visiting Our Service Too Frequently" Error on TikTok

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Have you ever tried signing up for a TikTok account or logging into your existing one, only to be greeted by the frustrating "You are visiting our service too frequently" error message? You‘re not alone. Many TikTok users have encountered this pesky notification that blocks access to the app and can be difficult to resolve.

In this comprehensive guide, we‘ll explore what causes this TikTok error, the different solutions you can try to fix it, and tips to avoid triggering it in the future. By the end, you‘ll have the knowledge to successfully create an account or log back into TikTok without limitations.

What Causes the "Too Frequent" TikTok Error?

This error typically appears when TikTok detects suspicious levels of activity from your IP address. Some common triggers include:

  • Logging in and out of TikTok very quickly – This can appear like bot behavior.

  • Creating multiple new accounts in a short time span – TikTok limits one account per device to reduce spam.

  • Using third-party apps or emulators like Bluestacks to access TikTok – Emulators are against TikTok‘s terms of service.

  • Your network or location has been flagged for suspicious behavior – Even if you personally did nothing wrong, your IP could be blocked.

  • Simply a glitch in TikTok‘s systems – Some users get the error seemingly at random.

Essentially, TikTok has labeled your IP address as high risk for spam and abuse of their platform. Their systems automatically block access until the perceived suspicious activity clears.

The good news is there are ways to work around this block even if you triggered it accidentally! Let‘s explore some solutions.

Solution 1: Switch Between Cellular Data and WiFi

One easy fix is to switch the network your device is using to access TikTok. This changes your IP address so you can bypass any blocks on the previous one.

If you‘re on WiFi, turn it off and switch to cellular data through your mobile plan. On an iPhone, swipe up to access settings and tap the WiFi icon to disconnect. On Android, swipe down for settings and tap WiFi.

Conversely, if you‘re using cellular data, connect to a WiFi network instead. Go into settings and select an available network.

Once your IP address changes, try opening TikTok and signing up or logging in again. The "too frequent" error should be gone!

If you don‘t have access to both cellular data and WiFi, you can also try connecting to a different WiFi network than what you usually use. At a friend‘s house or coffee shop, for example, their WiFi would assign you a new IP.

Solution 2: Connect Through a VPN

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) also masks your IP address by funneling your traffic through an encrypted tunnel. This gives you an entirely new IP that isn‘t blocked.

If you already use a VPN, try disconnecting and reconnecting to refresh your IP. Switch VPNs if you consistently get the TikTok error on your current one.

If you don‘t have a VPN, download a free or paid VPN app for your device. Some popular options include ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and ProtonVPN.

Once installed, connect to a VPN server located in a different city or country. This ensures your new IP address will be different enough from your old one to avoid blocks.

With your IP masked, attempt to sign up or log into TikTok again. The app should now let you access your account or create a new one without any "too frequent" messages.

Solution 3: Use TikTok‘s Desktop Website

If you can‘t resolve the TikTok error on mobile, try signing up or logging in through the TikTok website instead at

This uses a separate system not tied to the mobile app, so you can often bypass IP blocks this way. Follow these steps:

  1. On your desktop browser, go to the TikTok website.

  2. Click on "Log in" in the top right corner.

  3. Choose to log in via Facebook, Google, etc or click "Sign up" to create a new account.

  4. If creating an account, enter your info and confirm your email.

  5. You should now have access to TikTok on the desktop website.

Once signed up on desktop, you can then attempt logging back into the mobile app. The error may be cleared thanks to your new account.

If it persists, you‘ll at least have access via the website while you keep trying other solutions.

How to Prevent the Error in the Future

To avoid dealing with this pesky issue again, keep these tips in mind:

  • Don‘t create accounts in bulk. Only make one account per device.

  • Avoid logging in and out repetitively. Don‘t toggle accounts quickly as this looks suspicious.

  • Don‘t use emulators. Access TikTok only through authorized mobile apps and web browsers.

  • Don‘t use suspicious networks. Public networks are more likely to be blacklisted.

  • Don‘t have others access TikTok via your network. Their behavior could trigger blocks.

Essentially, use TikTok normally without highly repetitive or bot-like actions. This keeps your IP reputation clean and block-free.

Troubleshooting Other TikTok Signup Issues

Beyond the "too frequent" error, here are some other common problems signing up for TikTok and how to address them:

Age Limit – TikTok requires users to be at least 13 years old. Make sure your birthdate is set properly during signup.

Region Block – TikTok is unavailable in some countries. Consider using a VPN set in an authorized location.

Device Incompatibility – Very old phones may not support the latest TikTok app. Upgrade devices if needed.

Banned Email or Phone Number – Previous device or account restrictions can carry over. Try an alternative contact method.


We hope this guide gives you all the tools to successfully troubleshoot and resolve the frustrating "You are visiting our service too frequently" error on TikTok. Simply switching networks, using a VPN, or accessing TikTok‘s desktop site should allow you to finally sign up or log back into your account.

Just be sure to use TikTok normally moving forward. Avoid bulk account creation, rapid logins/outs, emulators, suspicious networks, and other bot-like behaviors. This will keep your IP address in good standing and your access to the TikTok app smooth and consistent.


Written by Alexis Kestler

A female web designer and programmer - Now is a 36-year IT professional with over 15 years of experience living in NorCal. I enjoy keeping my feet wet in the world of technology through reading, working, and researching topics that pique my interest.