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For many people, Facebook is "Internet Home Base," the first stop to see what's happening in the lives of friends and family. But whether you access Facebook in a browser at your computer, on your phone or on a tablet, sometimes the social media site doesn't work the way it should. If you are having problems with Facebook, here are seven common ways to troubleshoot and solve your problem.
Is Facebook not working only for you? Then you have to start looking at possible local issues. Sometimes apps can go out of whack, and something as simple as closing the app or website, and reopening it, might fix the problem. It may also help to log out of Facebook and log back in. This should resync everything and move the cogs back into place.
Since these aren't officially sanctioned means of getting your account deleted, we don't know what your likelihood of success will be. If you go this route, let us know how you fare in the comments below.
My account been taken and the person has controlled it for over two years. Everytime I try to regain it or get a new facebook account he reports it as a fake account. I Can prove who I am Why cant you just help me.
When asked to re-enter your birth date, they only have a drop down for the year which goes back to 1956. Needless to say this is a problem for anyone born in 1955 or earlier. It seems to me that this is an effort by Facebook to hold onto a lot of accounts where people are deceased or simply are old and have forgotten their password. I suggest there are probably millions of old accounts out there that just help facebook gather more money from advertizers but which no longer represent anyone.
Well its a good advice for protecting the account you have but in face what if you cannot search your phone number, cannot figure what email they change. Its hard for me to retrieve my facebook account if i dont have a clue what will i do.
Hi,i am a regular user of facebook and suudenly my account was locked and i am trying to confirm my identity to unlocked it but i cant find any option to confirm my identityKindly check my request and respond to my concern as soon as possibleThankyou.
They are all scammers, they will make you pay after which they will give you an excuse asking you to pay more money, they have ripped me of $2000, i promised i was going to expose them. I figured it all out when my colleague took me to Pavel (firstname.lastname@example.org) He did perfect job, he hacks all accounts ranging from (Emails, Facebook, whatsapp, imo, skype, instagram, Phone cloning, DMV removal, tracking locations, background checks Kik etc. he also hacks cell phones, cell phone tapping and cloning, clears bad driving and criminal records, bank transfers, locates missing individuals e.t.c. You should contact him and please stop using contacts you see on websites to execute jobs for you, you can ask around to find a real hacker.
I followed your steps on how to get into my facebook account. Someone has changed my recovery email and the phone number I have no longer works. But after I hit recover account. It just takes me to questions where. I have to enter the info. That has been changed. So if someone could help please
The second reason is that, even if it weren't against their terms, having two personal accounts would be a pain to maintain. Do you have enough content going up on both to round out your presence? Where do you draw the line between the two? Which account will you show to your friend who works in your industry? Instead of having to delineate between two parts of your life, you should instead take advantage of Facebook's robust privacy settings.
However, what you don't want to do is overwhelm them with tons and tons of posts. We even ran a few experiments to figure out how often businesses should post on Facebook. Our research included posting frequency benchmarks by industry and company size based on Facebook data from thousands of our customers.
Accounts registered via email login require a confirmation from the user. After registering for an account, you should receive an email containing a link that will confirm your registration and allow you to log in to your account.
I dont see a reason why people should painstakingly look about for apps and at the end it wont work the way it ought to. Having been in a situation before where I felt I needed to get proof to show him that he had been cheating before he would allow himself to be removed from the house, basically i suspected that he uses the whatsapp app more and has a face recognition security attached to it. I did what I had to do to save myself. If you are in that situation, be confident that it can be done. You may need to use a private investigator to be sure, if you have the funds to do so. you can contact via email: email@example.com .Text or WhatsApp:+1(747)345-6036.erdf
I believe this should give you full control over what messages you receive from Facebook. In fact, this article was originally written when there was a loophole in that invites from events were spamming my inbox. There is now a setting that will help ensure you do not receive these emails from Facebook anymore.
You can simply BLOCK your ex, then he can no longer even view your profile. This should work for spam if you have the profile name or event, whatever. You go to account settings in the upper right hand of your profile, click on privacy preferences then, at the bottom of that page is your BLOCK LIST. You simply enter in the email address, or the name of the person and select their profile, and hit block. They will no longer be able to view you AT ALL, they will get a message reading, page not found. You can also change your privacy settings, allowing only your friends to write to you, you have many options in privacy settings, including customizing. I hope this helps!
And the kicker is you didn't even have any Facebook ads rejected before - sound familiar?During my years working at Facebook I helped thousands of advertisers from SMBs to Fortune 500s navigate Facebook ad issues.Today I'll share insights on what to do if your Facebook ad account gets disabled.
If every ad went under human review instead of robots, you'd have a lot less ad accounts disabled.But the reality is, machines are making most of these decisions based on SQL logic and the Facebook Ad Policies here(Which are different from the Community Standards that control what appears on personal profiles on the Newsfeed. There are some overlaps but they aren't identical).Facebook uses a series of automations to review ad policy violations in your Facebook ads and landing pages, and often to review Facebook ad appeals.Want to make sure your landing page doesn't get flagged by Facebook? Click here.As much as we want to play the victim of Facebook F$^*%ng up the reality is you probably did violate the ad policies.Maybe your ad copy made promises that sounded unrealistic in Facebook's eyes (again, don't take it personal this is a freakin bot that is flagging not a human).Now you have an MLM flag or Unrealistic Claims flag (also known as Misleading Business Practices).Perhaps the ad copy kicked pain points too hard following the Pain-Agitate-Solution formula & now Facebook feels like you're calling Facebook users out too negatively violating Personal Attributes ad policies.That's not to say Facebook doesn't glitch out - oh it does. There are bugs. Recently many of my clients came to me after getting the "Discriminating business practices" flags.Yet their Facebook ads were innocent af and didn't break any rules. I guided them to appeal in the correct way and everything got up and running again.But realistically? This happens about 5% of the time. The other 95% you're getting flagged because you did violate the ad policies that just may not be explained very well.There's like 10,000 ad policies not really told to the public that Facebook wants advertisers to follow.More on the deets on the newish facebook ad policies in California read here. So you go and google: "facebook account disabled for no reason" or maybe you're searching for "facebook account disabled locked." I've even seen some searches for "facebook account disabled how long," but you can't find any solid answers.Now you think, maybe it wasn't an ads issue at all. Perhaps it was something else - and you search for "facebook account disabled community standards." These are the policies that govern everyday usage of Facebook.
But, still you don't get any closer to the finish line searching for "facebook ad account disabled for policy violation" or "facebook ad account disabled 2021." What about ad account recovery? Is it possible to get your old account back?
It really isn't likely you will, but you still google "facebook ad account disabled appeal," and "why is my facebook ad account disabled." Still nothing. What gives?? I'll answer that but first, let's discuss the digital real estate you're running ads on.
I've noticed many feel like they have a right to post on Facebook and run ads, as if Meta is a public school or government property.Something important to note: Facebook is a private website.By using Facebook - as a Profile or FB Biz Page you implicitly agree to Facebook's Terms of Service - which means they can do whatever the hell they want on their website.It's private property just like someone's lawn or land.In Texas, you have a right to shoot someone trespassing on your property - think about that in terms of what Facebook is allowed to do on their own platform. But I digress - let's get back to Facebook ad accounts being disabled. 2b1af7f3a8