I changed my name on my Google+ profile the other day after being warned I would be unable to carry on using other Google services.
The following message still greets me 48 hours later and makes me wonder what would have happened had I left it until a day before the deadline:
Your profile is being reviewed
Thank you for submitting your profile for review. Your profile will be reviewed again to see if it complies with our Names Policy. Reviews are usually completed within a few days. In the meantime, you have full access to Google+ and all other Google services.
If the review is successful, this message will disappear and you can continue using Google+. Otherwise, you’ll be informed that the review was unsuccessful and provided with further instructions.
We understand that Google+ and its Names Policy may not be for everyone at this time. We’d be sad to see you go, but if you do choose to leave, make a copy of your Google+ data first. Then, click here to disable Google+.
To be on the safe side I decided to export my data and clicked on the provided link just for every attempted download to fail for no reason.
Come on, Google..