A few minutes ago I was reviewing low quality posts.
A question appeared containing some link looking like a spam. I hovered over the link, but it didn't show the URL.
I pressed "Edit" to see the link and immediately got a message that I am banned for doing too many wrong reviews.
P.S. This is the review. It clearly states that my action was "Edit". It is a bad post. So the audit is blatantly wrong. How does one know it is spam?
P.P.S. I looked at the review stats (now I can do it thanks to @ByteCommander) and see that I am #2 in Close Votes all time and #4 in Low Quality.
When a user with this stats is banned, that obviously mean that something goes wrong. The system is not perfect, but the main task of moderators is to fix this type of issues.
It's a shame that a moderator instead of reviewing the audits and lifting the ban starts to write an answer, explaining why that happened with some wrong statements, and only after some hype and suggestions from other users payed attention and finally started looking for the button.