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Facebook kicks me out when i click on any link

Hey! I have a facebook log in problem, every time i attempt to log in, after i have entered my email and password, i get sent right back to the "welcome" page. Sometimes it allows me in, but the minute i click on any link what so ever, i get sent to the "welcome" page again, asking me to log in again, with out stating any error message. I have contacted the facebook team many times and never have they reply me back with an answer. I tried erasing the cookies and the cache, but after i click on any link i get kick out again. HELP ME PLEASE!!!! :(

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    about a week ago my facebook just logged me out of everything unexpected (its never done this before) i couldnt remember my password as i never have to type it in. I couldnt get it reset using either of the e-mail addresses i had on facebook as they are both old and no longer in use. I got them to send it to my phone answered the security question fine then clicked on the link they sent me to verify the number.....everytime i click the link now it sends me to the facebook login page, everytime i log in it tells me to click on the link to verify my account!!! its taking me in circles arggghhh

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    about a week ago my facebook just logged me out of everything unexpected (its never done this before) i couldnt remember my password as i never have to type it in. I couldnt get it reset using either of the e-mail addresses i had on facebook as they are both old and no longer in use. I got them to send it to my phone answered the security question fine then clicked on the link they sent me to verify the number.....everytime i click the link now it sends me to the facebook login page, everytime i log in it tells me to click on the link to verify my account!!! its taking me in circles arggghhh

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