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Verification Facebook says "It looks like your account might not be real. Facebook is a community where people share and interact using their real identities. Facebook does not allow accounts that: Pretend to be someone else Use a fake name Don't represent a real person In order to regain access to your account, please complete the following security check to verify your identity and help keep Facebook secure." Then it will direct me in identifying the pictures.. Where I can find in facebook where I just need to enter my mobile number?

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Here you go: http://www.facebook.com/help/398085743567023/

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