According to EA Sport, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare and Plants vs. Zombies GW2 use FairFight to protect their players from going up against opponents who are trying to gain an unfair advantage in online matches through cheats or hacks.
EA Sports announced:
If you've received any of the following FairFight messages, your Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare or GW2 account has been found to be in violation of our Terms of Service:
You were kicked by FairFight. Stated reason: Banned Code #P9n3wF
If you receive this message, we have permanently blocked your access to the online gameplay portion of this Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare game.
You were kicked by FairFight. Stated reason: 1 Week Suspension - LvL3 Monitoring Active #T5kG84
If you receive this message, we have temporarily blocked your access to your EA Account for 1 week (168 hours), and your Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare stats have been reset.
You may have violated the Terms of Service if, as determined by EA in its sole discretion, you:
Promote, encourage, or take part in any activity involving hacking, cracking, phishing, taking advantage of exploits or cheats and/or distribution of counterfeit software and/or virtual currency or items.
Examples of such behavior in Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare and Plants vs. Zombies GW2 include, but are not limited to:
Use of third-party software, such as aimbots, wallhacks, and other similar cheats in order to gain an unfair advantage over other players
Abuse of game features in an unintended manner to stack on scores in an artificial manner--also known as "stat padding."
Our penalty system is cumulative, meaning that if you continue to violate our Terms of Service, the penalty applied may increase in severity and may ultimately result in permanent account closure.
Account closure is reserved for the most serious breaches of our Terms of Service, but it can also be applied in cases where an account has accumulated a number of violations over a period of time.
If you'd like to review our Terms of Service, you can find them at http://tos.ea.com/legalapp/WEBTERMS/US/en/PC/.
If you feel you have received this suspension in error, please contact us at Accountdisputes@EA.com.