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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is because your account does not actually reactivate and it simply creates an account with the same name but a different digital signature. unfortunately you will be unable to edit stuff from your previous profile.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Hi. I had a similar problem... it can be fixed! Email facebook and explain what happened. Be patient and persistent.
send email to:
the first email I received back from them (day after I emailed) was generic saying:
"Our records indicate that there is not a disabled account associated with the address you are writing from. If you are referring to another account that has been disabled, please contact us directly from the email address you use to log in to that account..."
Except the email I was using DID belong to my missing account. So I replied with the SAME original message. And detailed what happened to my account.
I received a SECOND response, identical to the first.
I emailed them AGAIN detailing what happened.
FINALLY (about 1 1/2 weeks later) I received this email:
Your original account has been reactivated and you should be able to access it now. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you have any further questions, please visit our Help Center at the following address:
Thanks for contacting Facebook,
IT CAN BE RESTORED!!!! :) email@example.com
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
You're just going to have to make a new one...you can still use the same email address since it's deactivated, so if it says that the email address already exists, then you have to reactivate it a different way.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
SOURCE: HOW TO DELETE A FACEBOOK ACCOUNT
Under my account settings there is an option to deactivate the account. Other than manually deleting every profile wall post, videos, etc., this is about all you can do.
Posted on May 04, 2010
Tell your friends who were in the friends list of your old facebook account to look at your profile info for email id. That would be your login mail id. Enter that mail id in 'Forgot password' link and get confirmation code. Paste that as per mail instructions and get new password. Login with that password and mail id you received from friends and enjoy your facebook.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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Tell Facebook why you're leaving. Select the radio button next to the reason for deactivating your account. There is also space to write other comments.
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