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When i am trying to reactivate my facebook account it's asking for some confirmation sms. when i deactivated my account in meantime i have changed my mobile number but email id associated with fac

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  • ved ash Nov 05, 2012

    Hello Sibananda Jena , I hav done the same steps1 and 2 mentioned in your suggestion./ But as per your step 3 I didn't receive any confirmation mail on my google account. I just got the mail that my account is reactivated. Thats it. I am still getting notification mails on the mentioned google account but I didn't receive any CONFIRMATION Link on the same account. Kindly help.

  • ved ash Nov 05, 2012

    Hello Jeff, Is this number is Toll Free? 650-543-4800 ?

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Step1 Head to the Facebook Web site to reactivate your account. Step2 Log in to Facebook as if you'd never left. Use your original email address and password. Step3 Check your registered email account for a confirmation email from Facebook with directions on how to reactivate your account. Step4 Follow the link in the email. You will be taken to your home page, which will appear exactly how you left it. All your settings and events are intact upon reactivation. All you have to do is start exploring again.

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You can only sign up for one account per email address. Facebook sends a notification to every email address associated with an account when someone has been able to register one of the addresses on the account. This happens when a person clicks on a link sent to the email address when creating a new account, or when adding the address to an existing account.
I have checked tons of solution sites and cannot find an answer except to contact Facebook at 650-543-4800 or on info@facebook.com

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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My wife started a Facebook account : does it mean u have created a seperate account in ur name ?

solution : 1 if so , u must have got the activeation mail : please check ur inbox and junk folder . if u dont find the activation/confirmation mail from face book , then looks like ur alternate mail has been used primary contact : 

solution 2 : ask ur wife to login to her accout and then later log off . 

then sign in with ur personal account and see if the creadentials are valid . 

(u can view 2  diff account on the same browser , unless 1 of the account is logged off ).

would b glad know more about it .,

good day .

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That is simialr to my problem and I was told by the Geek Squad that I was hacked and need facebook to help reopen my account as it is affecting even my yahoo account

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While Facebook can make you accessible to friends and family, it may also make you fear for your privacy online.
Giving out your personal information on a site like Facebook can make you a target for identity thieves.
While you can certainly toggle your privacy settings to adjust how you share your info, you can also deactivate and delete your account so your information is no longer available.
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click submit and follow the prompts. If I understand it correctly though the account is only deactivated/disabled so any activity from logging into facebook to clicking a "like" button on another site will lift the "ban" and reactivate the account. You have to be completely facebook void for at least 2 full weeks for the account to be truly deleted. If you accidentally log back in, click a like button or even follow a random email link and it reactivates you just start the process all over again. After the 2 weeks if you want a "sanity check" you can email facebook and ask to confirm your account was deleted.

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"Disabled" is an ambiguous term.

Here's what you need to know.

Two Options are available for users who wish, for whatever reason, to stop using their Facebook account. From your question, I would expect you to choose the 2nd option but I will give you both options so you have all the necessary information in your possession to make a fully informed decision that best suits your circumstances.

The first option is Deactivation which, from 24 hours after deactivation, makes your account invisible but the account can be reactivated, restoring exactly the same settings, associations, links and other content at any point after 24 hours from deactivation.

The second option is Permanent Deletion which, as long as you do not attempt to access the account within 14 days of deletion, completely removes your account and all its settings, associations, links and other content. The only way to for a user to participate fully in the Facebook community, beyond 14 days after having deactivated an account, would be to open a brand new account with new settings, associations, links and other content.

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Account > Security > Deactivate your account > select reason for deactivation > confirm > password > confirm > after 24 hours, if required, account can be reactivated by following the same procedure (Reactivate your account).

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Facebook Help Center > (click on link) https://ssl.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=delete_account> type "delete my account" in the Search Box > Submit > password > copy and enter 'Captcha' security code > OK > confirm? > OK > do not access the Facebook account again within 14 days.

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You are correct in saying you have indeed given all the information necessary for you to receive clear advice to assist you in resolving the problems you are experiencing with your Facebook account.

A significant number of people do find themselves in a similar position to you with regards to their Facebook and other similar Social Networking accounts. Other serious reasons for wanting to close such accounts are Invasion of Privacy, Bullying, Potential Identity Theft and other Security issues.

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Two Options are available for users who wish, for whatever reason, to stop using their Facebook account. From your question, I would expect you to choose the 2nd option but I will give you both options so you have all the necessary information in your possession to make a fully informed decision that best fits your circumstances.

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Kindly try this few steps: can you stil remember your account username and password? 
if it was closed by adminstrator you must email appeals@facebook.com
*major changes made*
To Reactivate your facebook *in four steps* You should do the following:
1) Log-in with your email and password
2) There will be a red sign that says you have tried to log-in with a deactivated account. They will use your email that you used to register to send a email about reactivation! subject will say-Facebook Reactivation Confirmation
3) In the email there is a link that you must follow (which typed in blue) that will lead to a new window (pop-up window)
4) Thats how to reactivate your facebook! if it was closed by adminstrator you must email appeals@facebook.com


*major changes made*
To Reactivate your facebook *in four steps* You should do the following:
1) Log-in with your email and password
2) There will be a red sign that says you have tried to log-in with a deactivated account. They will use your email that you used to register to send a email about reactivation! subject will say-Facebook Reactivation Confirmation
3) In the email there is a link that you must follow (which typed in blue) that will lead to a new window (pop-up window)
4) Thats how to reactivate your facebook! Source(s):Related to my other client's problem i solved. 
If it works then you can save your facebook account otherwise you are going to register again if the admin won't reply or allow your account to be active again.
Hope this help you.If you need more assistance  just contact me.Thanks

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Since you have already deactivated the account u can not access it anymore. The best thing to do is to make a new account.

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