If the account holder creates a new account to bypass the suspension, that new account will also receive the same suspension period as the previous one, even if the old account was deleted.
Additionally, on https://meta.stackexchange.com/users/delete/current, it says (for suspended users only):
While you are suspended from the site, we recommend that you take a break from the site and come back with a clear mind. We will not prevent you from deleting your profile if you still wish to do so, but do know that creating a new profile will automatically reinstate the remaining time of the previous suspension.
So, does the suspension period pause when the account is deleted and then reinstated when the new profile is created, even if the new profile is created after the 7/30/365-day period?
Let's say, one user received a 365-day suspension on August 16, 2019. He/she deletes his/her suspended profile on November 27, 2019, when there are 262 days left in the suspension (as it expires on August 15, 2020). The user creates a new profile on August 20, 2020. There are two possible ways to interpret these quotes:
- The newly created account will receive a 262-day suspension, which will end on May 9, 2021.
- The newly created account will not receive any automatic suspension, as it was created after the original suspension expired.
Which interpretation is correct? Does the user still re-receive the suspension, which now would expire on a different date?